This post was developed by BlogMutt's extensive network of freelance writers based around the prompt that we wanted a post for landscaping/outdoor design companies, and potentially sellers B2C landscape products to educate and help homeowners in dry climates without a high budget figure out how to landscape their yard for little water needed.
Drought is a regular occurrence, and will probably remain a challenge for centuries to come. Even if your area isn't in the middle of a drought, watering your landscape costs money and drains the water table. Any business or homeowner would be wise to find ways to limit the amount of water that they use, and the easiest way to do that is to plan the landscape with water conservation in mind. How do you do that? The best way is to plan according to the climate you live in. Fortunately, there are many quite beautiful ways to do that.
Here are a few suggestions for 3 climates.