We’ve already shared low water plants, and today I’d like to give you more ideas of low water and easy care ones
- Santa Barbara daisy. The tiny white and pink flowers make a great border accent when planted in the forefront of tall grasses.
- Mexican feather grass. These clump-forming grasses produce large, open, airy inflorescences that can add lightness and motion to the garden.
- French lavender. This aromatic variety of lavender is lovely when used as informal hedge or edging.
- Beard tongue. This bushy plant is fairly short lived, but to make up for it, it produces lots of trumpet-shaped blooms over a long period.
- Butterfly bush. These small, fragrant blossoms grow in spikelike clusters and attract butterflies to your garden.
- New Zealand flax. This dramatic plant with fanning evergreen leaves makes a good garden focal point.
- Hedge lavender. Like other varieites of lavender, this will succeed in cool coastal or mountain climates or inland valleys and deserts–essentially a great pick for a low-water garden.
- Carex divulsa. This ornamental grass is a lovely choice to grow for foliage effect.
- Common thyme. The herb’s small, pungent leaves grow on stems up to 1 foot tall, yielding white to lilac flowers, making it a good choice for low edging.