If you’re looking for drought-tolerant landscaping ideas, you may find it’s easier to get started than it seems.
You could work with a water rebate to replace your entire natural lawn with artificial lawn and dramatically reduce your water bill for the next 10 – 20 years, or you could start small. We encourage you to explore the options available and find a starting point you’re comfortable with.
Drought-Tolerant Landscaping Ideas
Here area few quick drought-tolerant landscaping ideas to consider for your front, side, or backyard.
- Install water-wise succulent plants
- Consider artificial grass for your lawn
- Use rain barrels to capture the rainfall for later use
- Add mulch to your garden – this retains water a lot better than soil.
- Install stone features throughout your yard – patios, fire pits, and walkways may add style and structure to your landscaping design
- Plant trees that offer shade for your grass
- Plant closely – Some plants do well when plants in close proximity of each other. Take advantage of this, as this offers a great opportunity to consolidate how much area you have to water in your yard.
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