US: El Niño rains fail to dampen drought-tolerant gardening trend in Bay Area

While this year's El Niño rains have brightened the outlook for Bay Area nursery and gardening businesses heading into the summer, the new landscape ushered in by the state's water crisis may be here to stay, even if the drought is not.

Several businesses believe the shift toward more drought-tolerant landscaping is permanent despite the lifting of water restrictions that prompted many residents to let their lawns and plants go brown in recent years.

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