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10 Drought-Resistant Plants for a Beautiful, Water-Wise Garden

  1. Lavender: A fragrant and hardy plant that can tolerate dry soil and heat. It's great for adding color and texture to your garden.

  2. Russian Sage: A drought-tolerant plant that produces beautiful purple-blue flowers in late summer. It's a great choice for a water-wise garden.

  3. California Poppy: This bright orange flower is the state flower of California and is well-suited for dry climates. It's easy to grow and adds a pop of color to any garden.

  4. Agave: A succulent that requires very little water and is great for adding a unique architectural element to your garden. It comes in a variety of shapes and sizes.

  5. Yarrow: A hardy plant that can tolerate dry soil and full sun. It produces clusters of small, daisy-like flowers in shades of pink, yellow, and white.

  6. Salvia: A perennial herb that produces spikes of purple, pink, or white flowers. It's a drought-tolerant plant that is great for attracting bees and butterflies to your garden.

  7. Echinacea: Also known as coneflower, this hardy plant produces colorful, daisy-like flowers in shades of pink, orange, and purple. It's drought-tolerant and easy to grow.

  8. Red Hot Poker: A unique plant that produces tall spikes of red, orange, and yellow flowers. It's well-suited for dry climates and adds a striking element to any garden.

  9. Gaura: A perennial plant that produces delicate, pink or white flowers on long stems. It's drought-tolerant and adds a soft, feminine touch to any garden.

  10. Butterfly Bush: A shrub that produces clusters of flowers in shades of purple, pink, and white. It's drought-tolerant and great for attracting butterflies and hummingbirds to your garden.

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