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  • Hayden Kendrick

    drought resistant perennials...a must since I can't ever remember to water and I hate planting every year!!!

  • Gwen Warlick

    The best drought tolerant perennials

  • Lori Hutsell

    Somewhere in the front yard...

  • Patty Clements

    ~Lavender~ This plant has it all: It looks great, it smells wonderful, and it's as tough as nails (as long as it's not too wet). Enjoy the blue, lavender, purple, or white flowers in summer. They're great for drying and using in crafts -- and even cooking with. Name: Lavandula angustifolia Conditions: Full sun and well-drained soil Size: 3 feet tall Zones: 5-8

  • Tina Myers Nease

    Drought Tolerant Plants

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