My gardening posts so far have been aimed at arid land gardening techniques. Yeah, that seems weird for western Washington State but I'm looking down the road at where west coast summers might be in the future. Now parts of California are facing the sort of water use restrictions that would be the kiss of death to traditional gardening. Is there a way to maintain some semblance of food or flower gardens on limited water? I think there might be. Is it a long-term solution? Of course not, but that isn't the point.
What do you think, should Gardening in the Age of Drought be a regular feature here?