How to create a bright, drought-tolerant landscape for summer

03/4/2013 | Iowa City Press-Citizen

To create a colorful, xeriscaped garden for the summer, select flowering plants that need less water and group them together based on their water needs, writes Judy Terry, a freelance garden writer. Use succulents instead of rocks to reduce water use, and minimize the amount of lawn. Plants that may need water could flourish when placed in areas with stormwater runoff, Terry notes.

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