Japanese bloodgrass  In place of grass, choose drought-tolerant plantings, which are more likely to prevent erosion. Shade, too, can be a necessary element in the fight against water loss: Plants lose a lot of moisture from evaporation on hot days. Grasses and artemisia offer beautiful foliage in this planted bed.

Drought-Tolerant Landscaping Ideas

Japanese bloodgrass In place of grass, choose drought-tolerant plantings, which are more likely to prevent erosion. Shade, too, can be a necessary element in the fight against water loss: Plants lose a lot of moisture from evaporation on hot days. Grasses and artemisia offer beautiful foliage in this planted bed.

Japanese bloodgrass  In place of grass, choose drought-tolerant plantings, which are more likely to prevent erosion. Shade, too, can be a necessary element in the fight against water loss: Plants lose a lot of moisture from evaporation on hot days. Grasses and artemisia offer beautiful foliage in this planted bed.

Drought-Tolerant Landscaping Ideas

Japanese bloodgrass In place of grass, choose drought-tolerant plantings, which are more likely to prevent erosion. Shade, too, can be a necessary element in the fight against water loss: Plants lose a lot of moisture from evaporation on hot days. Grasses and artemisia offer beautiful foliage in this planted bed.

A flowering drought tolerant garden: Sages, Rudbeckias, Day Lilies, Yarrows, Lavenders

A flowering drought tolerant garden: Sages, Rudbeckias, Day Lilies, Yarrows, Lavenders

Texas sage (leucophyllum laevigatum) 6x6 full sun #shrub. Evergreen. Extremely drought tolerant, flowers in humidity. Hedge

Texas sage (leucophyllum laevigatum) 6x6 full sun #shrub. Evergreen. Extremely drought tolerant, flowers in humidity. Hedge

Step up your hardscaping with drought tolerant ground covers (ie) thyme and sedum.

Step up your hardscaping with drought tolerant ground covers (ie) thyme and sedum.

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