Xeriscape

Xeriscape

Many gardeners mistakenly associate xeriscaping plants with a desert-style garden, featuring only cacti, yucca and agave. The fact is that xeriscaping plants run the gamut, from classic drought-tolerant succulents, to prairie plants, to ornamental grasses. Once established, these plants will survive water shortages and perform nevertheless. Beat heat and drought with these survivalist perennials and grasses.

  • Ceratostigma plumbaginoides (72)

    Ceratostigma plumbaginoides (72)

    Ceratostigma

    Per Tray $113.40
    Excellent groundcover! Cornflower-blue flowers bloom continually from late summer until frost. The true blue color of the flower is enhanced by the stunning red foliage when touched by cool weather in the fall. Tray Size: 72 plants Common Name: Leadwort...
    Per Tray $113.40
  • Sedum Thundercloud (72)

    Sedum

    Per Tray $124.74
    Billows of pink/white over mounds of pointed grey-green leaves. Tony Avent says he'd grow it "for the foliage alone." From Intrinsic Perennials. Tray Size: 72 plants Common Name: Stonecrop USDA Hardiness Zone: 4 - 8 Height at Maturity: 12 inches...
    Per Tray $124.74
  • Sedum Vera Jameson (72)

    Sedum

    Per Tray $103.68
    This clump-forming Sedum has large, pink flowers that contrast perfectly with its blue-green foliage. As weather cools, foliage becomes edged in purple. Tray Size: 72 plants Common Name: Stonecrop USDA Hardiness Zone: 4 - 9 Height at Maturity: 12 inches...
    Per Tray $103.68