Drought Tolerant Plants

As our community becomes more environmentally conscious, due to our State Drought, the desire to plan gardens around plants with low water requirements becomes more prevalent. We offer a wide selection of drought-tolerant plants that provide lush, low-maintenance beauty, perfect for landscapes hoping to conserve water and money, as well as those in areas with little rainfall. We hope you join us in preserving nature's resources while enjoying fantastic flowers and foliage by planting drought-tolerant trees, shrubs, and perennials.
Below you will find a gallery of Drought Tolerant Plants ideal for Full Sun areas and also plants ideal for Shady areas.

Drought Tolerant Plants-

Ideal for areas with Full Sun

 
Bougainvillea
Thrives in areas that receive full sun, and requires very little moisture, making it the perfect hot season plant
Kangaroo Paw
Thrives in areas that receive full sun.
Yucca Red
Thrives in areas that receive full sun.
Barberry Red
Thrives in areas that receive at least 6 hours of direct sunlight per day
Salvia Red
Full sun (6+ hours direct sun)
Salvia Purple
Full sun (6+ hours direct sun)
Arabian Lilac 'Purpurea'
Full Sun or Shade
Daylily
Full sun plants thrive in 6+ hours of direct sunlight per day
Gazania Assorted Colors
Thrives in areas that receive full sun.
Iceberg Roses
Thrives in areas that receive full sun.
Photinia
Thrives in areas that receive full sun.
Nandina Domestica
Thrives in areas that receive full sun.
Lantana Yellow
Thrives in areas that receive full sun.
Dwarf Bottlebrush 'Little John'
Thrives in areas that receive full sun.
Golden Euonymus
Thrives in areas that receive full sun.
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Drought Tolerant Plants-

Ideal for Shady Areas

 
Arabian Lilac 'Purpurea'
Full sun or shade
Hosta- Plantain Lily
Part sun (3 to 6 hours morning sun)
Fountain Grass- Fireworks
Part sun (3 to 6 hours morning sun)
Coleus 'Kong Rose'
Shade Plant: Shade plants tolerate 1-3 hours of morning sun per day
Liriope
Part sun (3 to 6 hours morning sun)
Carissa
Part sun (3 to 6 hours morning sun)
Halls Honeysuckle
Part sun (3 to 6 hours morning sun)
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