Friday, October 30, 2015

Dryland Garden

The word "garden" conjures images of lush green plants and flourishing varieties of thick vegetation. So when one stumbles across a "dryland garden" a bit of confusion ensues.

Regions that are hot and prone to drought are best served by dryland or xeriscaping. This technique is about creating a cohesive and balanced landscape using low water plant species, native adapted plants, and water saving materials to capitalize on the benefits of an arid climate.