If you’re looking for ways to water your plants, then you’re going to need to learn which ones are best suited for the environment you live in. If you live in a particularly dry area or have little access to water, it may be tough—but not impossible—to grow certain plants outside.
Learn which plants are best for droughts and low water environments.
You’ve got to be ready for drought, and the best way to do that is by planting drought-tolerant plants. There are plenty of options out there, but some are better than others. Here are some of the best ones:
- Agave (Agave spp.)
- Cactus (Cactaceae)
- Yucca (Yucca spp.)
- Aloe (Aloe spp.)
- Prickly pear cactus (Opuntia spp.)
Plants that need a lot of sun
If you’re looking for a plant that needs a lot of sun, consider the following:
- Cacti and succulents are some of the best plants for intense sunlight. They have thick leaves and stems to protect them from heat damage and store water in their bodies.
- Flowering shrubs like lilac bushes do well in full sun as long as they’re planted in well-drained soil.
- Apple trees will also thrive in this kind of environment–they need about five hours per day without shade or clouds to grow properly
Plants that require little water
If you’re looking to add some greenery to your yard, but don’t have much time or money to spend on watering the plants, then this list is for you.
- The following plants require little water:
- Cactus – Cacti are one of the most drought-tolerant plants out there. They can survive on as little as once every couple weeks for their entire lives!
- Palms – While not quite as drought tolerant as cacti, palms also do well with infrequent watering (once every week or two). If you have a large area that needs filling in fast and cheaply, then palms might be just what’s needed!
Before you start planting, it’s important to understand what kind of environment your plants will be living in. Some require more water than others, while others need more sunlight or shade.