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    Drought Tolerant Gardens

    Drought Tolerant Gardens

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    Drought Tolerant Landscaping

    Xeriscape garden by Susan Blake of Santa Fe, features many beautiful drought tolerant species, including Zauschneria, Stachys, Centranthus, lavender, Yarrow, Iris, Russian Sage, Gaillardia, and many ornamental grasses. photo by Charles Mann

    full sun, low maintenance, drought tolerant plants.

    Succulent garden. Cute if you have a very small garden area to work with.

    Purple Garden


    Modern Native Australian Garden

    Purple prickly pear! Great choice for desert landscaping.

    Buy Succelents and Cactus Plants at #REalPalmTrees - Cactus #BuyCactus Nudpin.B

    Groundcovers, shrubs, and succulents

    Not your typical #hellstrip. Sherman Library & Gardens, Corona del Mar CA

    grasses, etc

    Eclectic Landscape by Caela McKeever

    Mexican feather grass and Russian sage...

    Muhlenbergia emersleyi / Bull Grass has the most wonderful flower.

    Drain the fountain and let it rain succulents. #garden #waterwise

    Muhly Grass. It grows to about 3 feet high and wide. Pink Muhly makes a great border or edge plant. It combines well with pink-flowering Echinacea, Sedum ‘Autumn Joy,’ and other ornamental grasses.

    The trick to xeriscaping is using plants native to your area. By doing so, it's possible to create a striking landscape that thrives in it's environment.

    Blue succulents contrast with kangaroo paws, red maples. I'd lose the grasses, I think.

    Tuscan villa garden

    Mediterranean gravel garden

    landscape ideas for front of house | Landscaping Ideas & Garden Ideas > Landscaping With Stone

    Colorful dry garden plants

    from The Dry Garden: 'Reimagining the California Lawn'

    Roadway strip