Drought Tolerant Plants & Garden Flowers

Are you looking for plants that will stand up to drought and dry periods, and keep looking beautiful?

Below is a list of drought-tolerant plants you can choose for your landscape and garden. Please note that these plants only become drought-tolerant once they are fully established; when they’re first planted, they need to be watered as much as non-drought-tolerant plants, so they can survive and thrive during those vulnerable early years.

Perennials

Archillea
Artemisia
Baptisia
Coreopsis Verticillata
Dianthus
*Euphorbia
Russian Sage
Santolina
Sedum
Hosta
* Epimedium
Miscanthis (but not other ornamental grass)
Delosperma
Guara
Daylily
*Lamium
Lavender
Liatris
Nepeta
Liriope

Contact Grosh's Lawn Service now by e-mail to schedule your perennial garden consultation with drought tolerant plants.


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Grosh's Lawn Service Tip of the Week # 311 March 29, 2020

Be mindful of the Japanese beetle!

The Japanese beetle is considered an invasive species here in Washington County Maryland. Japanese beetles feed on the leaves, flower and fruits of over 275 plants here in Maryland according to the University of MD Extension office.

Be on the lookout for the Japanese beetle starting around mid-June here in the Hagerstown MD area. Contact Tom at GroshsLawnService.com if you find an invasion of Japanese beetles on your trees, flowers and shrubs here in the Hagerstown MD community and Washington County Maryland.
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