Looking for ideas for your drought-tolerant garden?
We encourage the combination of artificial landscaping solutions and water-wise plants for your drought-tolerant garden, as these solutions provide a beautiful way to conserve water and maintain the curb appeal of your property no matter the weather.
This lets homeowners rest easy that their property will look good year round, without the need for excessive water usage.
Creating A Drought-Tolerant Garden
One of the most popular ways to create a drought-tolerant garden is to include succulents plants, including a wide variety of cactus.
A particularly useful succulent in the garden is Sempervivum, of which there are more than 3,000 varieties. Commonly known as hens and chicks, low-growing dense rosette clusters of Sempervium can be used as a ground cover, in containers, or as an edging plant.
Take a look at the following ideas for your own garden and let us know which stands out to you.