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Some drought-tolerant perennials include purple coneflower and tall bearded iris. Some other drought-tolerant perennials include rosemary, lavender, sage and creeping phlox. More »

Sedum, often called stonecrop, is a succulent perennial featuring fleshy foliage that stores water, which makes it very drought-tolerant. A perennial garden favorite, sedum is available in a variety of species, ranging f... More »

Some perennial flowers include blanket flowers, Veronicas and tall garden phlox. Some others include Russian sage, asters and purple coneflowers. More »

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Drought-tolerant plants include yarrow, purple coneflower, tall bearded iris, rosemary, thyme, sage, lavender and blanket flower. Succulents can also be suitable plants for dry climates. More »

Plants that grow well in full sunlight include yarrow, Shasta daisy, purple coneflower, coreopsis, sedum, verbena, aster, bee balm and lamb's ear. The best way to select plants for any garden is to choose plants that are... More »

Some types of grassland plants include purple coneflower, big blue stem, blazing star and buffalo grass. Grassland plants survive in areas with about 30 inches of rain yearly, and many have their stems and leaves made up... More »

Campanula Portenschlagiana are Dalmatian bellflowers and very popular perennials. This dwarf species is commonly grown in pots or tubs, although it can be used as an edging or in rock gardens. More »