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Going native: Gardens in Mexico become more Mexican by Jeffrey R. Bacon

As the world's environment deteriorates, some of Mexico's streets and plazas are stepping back toward better ecosystems by going native. Curiously, most ornamental plants in many Mexican cities are not at all Mexican, but rather, introduced, or exotic, species. However, that's changing as some Mexican city planners are going native and helping their cities look more like parts of Mexico!

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Going native: gardens in Mexico become more Mexican Jeffrey R. Bacon

As the world's environment deteriorates, some of Mexico's streets and plazas are stepping back toward better ecosystems by going native. Curiously, most ornamental plant species in many Mexican cities... read more
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