Drought tolerant plants
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Isn’t that the goal, to be completely low maintenance and look great while you’re at it? It’s no longer function, style, fashion, or trend. If we want to have beautiful blooming backyards, choosing tough, self-reliant
Deb Neutze saved to My back yard
You’ll be glad to hear there is a fantastic array of succulents, grasses, and flowers that thrive in low-water conditions. Check out these 20 beautiful drought tolerant garden plants:
Whether you live in a dry climate or just want drought-tolerant plants you won't have to water too often, these low-water plants will save money and the planet. Even better: they'll pump up your home's curb appeal, too.
Judy Harmon saved to Flower garden
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Gwenn Gunter saved to For the Garden
For natural pest control that also makes your yard prettier, introduce these plants that repel bugs and mosquitoes and take back your outdoor spaces.
Margo Smith saved to garden
Features A long blooming perennial that’s perfect in small areas of the landscape. Indigo blue flowers are produced all the way from the soil to the tips, providing an intense splash of color when it’s in bloom. Rosy purple calyxes extend the color when the blooms are past peak. Best Seller Award Winner Fragrant Flower Fragrant Foliage Continuous Bloom or Rebloomer Long Blooming Heat Tolerant Drought Tolerant Attracts: Bees Butterflies Hummingbirds Resists: Deer Rabbits Characteristics…
Shieda Ayubeally saved to garden
Pro Pick: Dianthus | With summer in full swing, it’s hard not to admire the yards and gardens around town that are filled with greenery and colorful blooms. If you’ve always assumed that your yard was too dry, too shady, or that the soil was too sandy to support such beautiful plants—guess again. In fact, these common problems may just inspire you to get more creative with your plant picks. With expert advice and care...
Tamara Rene saved to Flower garden
If your planters have a drinking problem, try these lush options instead. Find drought-tolerant containers here.
Kelli Fonte saved to Container garden