What is the most drought tolerant landscaping plant for San Antonio Texas?
A friend of mine is attempting to xeriscape his yard, which involves using plants and landscaping methods that use less water. What plants use the least amount of water, yet produce the most colorful foliage in San Antonio Texas?
Your friend should research plants that are native to his area. They are well-adapted to the conditions in his area. He should also look at plants from other dry areas of the world such as the Mediterranean. For a few ideas, take a look at my hub on drought tolerant herbs: http://oldroses.hubpages.com/hub/Herbs- … -Xeriscape
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