Southwest Dry Garden Designs for the home garden, Landscaping designs


Southwest Dry Garden Design

Helpful Hints

  • Southwest garden plants are drought tolerant and sun loving and should be placed in the sunniest location of your yard.
  • Be sure to keep the ground evenly moist after planting to help extablish your perennial border.
  • This collection looks spectacular planted in a rocky garden area.
  • If you live in Zone 5, choose replacements for the Buddleia and Lavender, such as Carypteris and Salvia.

Southwest Dry Garden

Soutwest Dry Garden Design

Desert places
a. Buddleia ‘Nanho Purple’
b. Boltaonia ‘Snowbank’
c. Coreopsis ‘Zagreb’
d. Delosperma cooperi
e. Echinacea ‘Mangus’
f. Lavandula ‘Hidcote’
g. Lavandula ‘Martha Roderick’
h. Liatris ‘Floristan White’liatris ‘Kobold’
i. Pennisetum alop. var. viridescens
j. Penstemon ‘Purple Haze’
k. Perovskia atriplicifolia
l. Sedum ‘Autimn Joy’
m. Sedum ‘Fuldaglut’
n. Sedum ‘Gold Miss’
o. Sedum ‘Vera Jameson’

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Rose & Perennial Garden Design
Bright Colorful Garden Design
Perennial Corner Garden Design
Butterfly Hummingbird Design
Silver & Blue Garden Design
Bog Garden Design
Pink Flowers Garden Design
All Year Flower Garden Design
Privacy Matter
Woodland Border
Hosta Shade Garden Design
Rock Garden Design
Cold Hardy Perennial Garden Design
English Garden Border Garden Design
Driveway Sidewalk Garden Design
Prairie Garden Design
Flower Garden Design
Entry Shade Garden Design
Hot & Humid Garden Design
Flowering Fiesta
Red White Blue Garden Design
Late Season Garden Design
Southwest Dry Garden Design
Garden for Children
Butterfly Garden Design
Hummingbird Garden Design
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