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.
Choosing plants that don't need much water helps conserve this resource and saves you some work in the garden. Use this guide to find the best drought-tolerant perennials that can take long dry spells.
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
When your house has a sizable front yard, it makes sense to use crushed rocks for a pathway and plant drought-tolerant perennials. This simple landscaping idea will assure that your landscaping will be low maintenance. Likewise, mid-size rocks look marvelous when placed among the meandering pathways. Perennials don't need to be replanted as they'll keep blooming year after year. Also, you'll save money as you won't be throwing them away on buying annuals for your DIY landscaping.