Five Fun Annuals for the Low-water Garden - Gardening in a Drought
It’s more waterwise – and less expensive – to grow perennials. When a plant’s getting started, it needs a little more water. So once a xeric perennial plant has become established, the gardener should not have to add much, or any, water. By nature annuals last only one year; you’ll have to water seeds or … Continue reading "Five Fun Annuals for the Low-water Garden"