No matter where you live, being water wise is the smart way to garden. And if you live in drought stricken or prone areas, it’s a must. While I love a gorgeous hydrangea, and roses are amazing, there are plenty of flowering plants that don’t suck down our water resources. These ten no fail perennials for low water gardens fit the bill, are gorgeous as stand alone plants, and come back every year!

10 No Fail Perennials for Low Water Gardens

Drought tolerant gravel garden.  Gravel with fruit trees. Like the larger river rock around garden bed.  The reddish fence is thecsame color as our deck and hot tub.

Gravel with fruit trees. Like the larger river rock around garden bed. The reddish fence is thecsame color as our deck and hot tub. by marisa

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Native, Drought Tolerant Plants for Your Yard - Given our current drought situation in Southern California, THIS was the best year to take out our front lawn an….

Native, Drought Tolerant Plants for Your Yard

Summer is finally here and with it comes the urge to get outside and spruce up that landscape. If you’ve been looking for things to do with that pile of old bricks, I’ve got a collection for you. Whether you’ve got a handful of bricks or an entire house worth, there is a great DIY project just...

20 Incredibly Creative Ways To Reuse Old Bricks

Summer is finally here and with it comes the urge to get outside and spruce up that landscape. If you’ve been looking for things to do with that pile of old bricks, I’ve got a collection for you. Whether you’ve got a handful of bricks or an entire house worth, there is a great DIY project just...

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