8 Ways To Create A Colorful Border And Save Water

Many drought-tolerant plants are by their nature not particularly colorful but this does not mean that it is impossible to create a colorful border using these plants. The eight examples described in the article below demonstrate that with careful choice of flowers and shrubs remarkable results can be achieved. This article is by Lauren Dunec Hoang and come from the Houzz website.

Many drought-tolerant gardens are far from barren gravel patches studded with cactuses. They can be lush, colorful landscapes that support pollinators and have a lighter environmental footprint. Take a look at these eight gardens that prove low-water borders can be just as vibrant and luxuriant as higher-water beds.
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