This 913-word post was developed by BlogMutt's extensive network of 3,000+ freelance writers based around the prompt that we wanted a bottom-of-funnel post for landscaping/outdoor design companies, and potentially sellers of B2C landscape products or plants, in order to educate homeowners which plants require less water and in what conditions they can thrive.
Our landscaping is a big part of our home, an important part, and often is the first impression we give others. Our personality often defines our landscape. As such, you want to keep your yard and flower beds in top shape.
Once planted, you may wonder about the most efficient way to maintain your perfect landscape. How do we keep it all looking perfect without spending all our free time caring for and watering our new plants? Watering is sometimes needed in all landscapes, of course, but we can avoid those plants that require daily moisture.
The use of native plants moves us beyond the daily watering some have come to expect.