Trees and shrubs that will survive southwestern droughts! Most will survive with moderate to no watering (once established). These trees, shrubs and plants will survive the southwestern dry drought climate.
Many will need water only until established this could be 1 year or up to 3. This depends on how much you originally watered and the placement of the plant or tree.
These drought plants are also an excellent choice for Xeriscaping
your yard or business property. The Ocotillo needs regular watering for the first year: then let mother nature take its course.
Are you looking for photos of drought tolerant plants, trees, and shrub photos? Just click on the camera photo to the left...It will take to a webpage with lots of photos of trees, shrubs, and plants that are mentioned right here...Honest! Click here
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