That drought in the south west has been ongoing for the past five years.

It’s been so long, in fact, homeowners like you have decided to either let their lawn go brown or replace their lawn with drought-tolerant landscaping. If you’re attached to the idea of having a lush green lawn, you may want to consider installing artificial grass.

The quality is surprisingly realistic, and provides benefits natural grass doesn’t.

However, if you’re more interested in drought-tolerant plants, you may find this list of plants fits answers your questions.

We always recommend a healthy balance of drought-tolerant plants and artificial grass, as it provides the best drought-tolerant landscaping balance available. It’s not a path of dirt. It doesn’t require much water. And it looks great.

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