30 Best Drought Tolerant Plants That Grow In Lack Of Water
All plants need water to survive but some can also do well with little quantity of it! Here are some Best Drought Tolerant Plants!
Veitch's Blue Echinops
35-39" tall x 18-24" wide, globe thistle grows all across North America, and is loved by dried flower arrangers. The basic form is a tall plant, but hybrids like Veitch's Blue grow only to about 3 feet. The color is a beautiful foil in a perennial garden, and the unique flower shape is great, too. This plant demands almost desert-like conditions, thriving in almost any soil that is in full sun and drains quickly. Once established, its a very tough plant, and can survive with almost no…
A Lilac for the Desert? Another Great Lesser-Known Plant to Try - Ramblings from a Desert Garden
Do you love the color and shape of lilacs? While lilacs don't grow in the desert, we do have a plant that may just be right for you - purple lilac vine!
Blue flax is a wonderful low water use plant that works really well with the brown and neutral tones that are commonly used in the Southwest yards and landscapes like in Arizona and Santa Fe. It is a heavy self seeder that produces incredible mass plantings of electric blue color in the garden.
Drumstick Allium is one of the summer-blooming Alliums. It waits until late June to produce 1", wine-colored flower heads on wiry stems.