Water-Efficient Plants for Dry Climates: Drought-Tolerant Beauties.

A attractive garden in dry conditions requires water-efficient plants. Desert-adapted plants may survive with little water. Some appealing, water-efficient options:

The fragrant herb thrives in arid areas. Once grown, lavender is drought-tolerant and pollinator-friendly.

Succulent sedums store water in their leaves. Their cultivars, including 'Autumn Joy,' are great for rock gardens and pots.

Agave succulents form stunning rosettes. They need little water and thrive in desert climates. Agave types vary in size and color.

Oleander is a hardy plant with long-lasting blossoms. It thrives in hot, arid regions but is hazardous, so plant carefully.

A woody perennial with lavender-blue blooms and silvery-gray foliage, Russian sage is aromatic. It attracts bees and butterflies and tolerates dryness.

Heat- and drought-resistant lantana has clusters of bright flowers. It thrives in hot, dry climates and attracts pollinators.

A mulch covering surrounding plants helps maintain soil moisture. Water-efficient plants preserve water and provide a bright, sustainable environment in arid locations.

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