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Scientists Predict Wet Winter in Drought-stricken US West

As the drought continues for another year in southern California, more and more people, including Jan Muntz, are replacing all or parts of their yards with unconventional garden plants.    The switch "is very painful," Muntz said. "Some of these plants have been there probably 80 or 90 years.” Many of the plants in the Los Angeles area are not native and require lots of water.  The Theodore Payne Foundation, through its nonprofit nursery, has been trying...

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