Have you heard of xeriscaping? Although associated with desert climates, it’s much more than just succulents and cacti. This sensible landscape style conserves water, reduces garden maintenance, and provides habitat for endemic species. Learn all about its aesthetics and efficiency now on Gardener’s Path.
Planning a landscape is challenging; there is an incredible amount of ground cover, plants, and irrigation techniques to consider. It can become even more complicated if you live in an area that has a difficult climate. Xeriscaping is a popular choice for areas that see very little natural rainfall, but it can be applied to ... Read moreXeriscaping: A Guide for Beginners
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.