Growing Drought Tolerant Herbs in Your Kitchen Garden
Did you know many popular kitchen herbs can be grown in a drought tolerant garden?
You don’t need a greenhouse, or an estate garden to grow fresh rosemary, sage and other herbs. Many are native to dry, Mediterranean areas, and are very drought tolerant.
Some drought-tolerant herbs are used in landscaping as much for their alluring aroma, but their reliable flowers and ability to withstand hot, dry conditions.
Here are a few of my favorites.
Some sages are valuable cooking herbs, all are beautiful and fragrant drought-tolerant garden bloomers. Annual sages are great for quick color in flower beds. Consider adding ...Read More
Rosemary (rosmarinus officinalis) is a perennial, evergreen shrub. Not only are they wonderful cooking herbs, they are also dependable plants to consider in any drought tolerant ...Read More
lavender flowers Lavender (lavandula) plants are small shrubs native to the warm, dry Mediterranean region. They are perfect for drought tolerant gardens and provide wonderful fragrant ...Read More
There are many varieties of geraniums and different plants are called the same name by different people. The brightly colored garden favorite has the Latin name ...Read More
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