Here in Southern California, we don’t see a lot of rain. Which means most of the lush, green landscaping we see in our communities is the result of meticulous maintenance and watering.
Maintaining your own landscaping can get expensive but there is another way to have beautiful, blooming gardens without breaking the bank: plant a drought-tolerant garden.
Drought-tolerant landscaping offers plenty of benefits, including:
To create your own drought-tolerant garden, consider planting succulents and cacti, installing turf, using rocks as ground coverage, or planting any of these 10 drought-resistant plants. Or, keep reading to discover five drought-tolerant gardens for sale in Southern California right now.
Presented by Cristal Clarke
If you ever doubted that a drought-tolerant garden could be beautiful, then let this garden prove you wrong! The beautiful green, orange, and teal colors look like a painting against the stone paths and blue sky.
Presented by The Clements Group
The wood and stone details on this home offer a stunning contrast to the vibrant, drought-resistant garden. This entrance welcomes you right into the coastal contemporary home.
Presented by Cecilia Guerrero de Zavala
A luxurious escape awaits just beyond the sliding glass doors to the garden, where a covered loggia and a electric cover pool with a spa create a serene outdoor paradise. The water-friendly landscaping graciously complements the natural beauty of this estate.
Presented by Nancy Hussey
This exquisite Craftsmen offers luxurious finishes inside and graceful gardens with stone walkways outside.
Ladera Ranch | $1,999,000
This stunning home’s expansive lot features drought-tolerant landscaping, quality synthetic turf, stone pavers, a beautiful fire pit, and a resort-style spa/pool with graceful waterfalls and fire features.
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