Drought Tolerant Garden Design

We all know how unforgiving nature can be sometimes. And every time this happens we just say “there’s nothing we can do”. This is not true anymore. Now there is something you can do. You can solve the problems that you encounter with your personal garden, for example.

Eckersley Garden Architecture has come up with a very good solution that you will find very practical especially if you’re living in an area with dry climate. The idea was to create a drought tolerant garden that would be able to survive even when nature decides to deprive us of rain and that still looks very attractive.

As you can see there are a variety of plants and flowers that you can choose for your garden and that you can combine in any way you want. They are very colorful and beautiful but, more than that, they have the ability of surviving with very little water, which is vital in places like Australia for example. I think this is an option that you should really consider. The garden you see in the images is opened for the public so feel free to visit it and to let it inspire you.

Published by in Outdoor, on March 28th, 2011


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