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[Total: 0   Average: 0/5]You must sign in to vote As climate change presents us with the challenge of gardening with less water, choosing plants to suit our growing conditions becomes paramount. Ian Bull from RHS Garden Hyde Hall explains how with some conditioning of the soil and careful watering, there is a considerable range of plants that can tolerate dry conditions once they are established. He also gives you a sneak peak of one of Hyde Hall’s crowning achievements, the Dry Garden – a triumphant showcase of drought-tolerant plants that thrive in regions of very low rainfall To find out more about drought-resistant plants visit: Why not join us at Hyde Hall and see our beautiful Dry Garden for yourself Follow us on Twitter: Follow us on Facebook: Follow us on Instagram: The RHS was founded in 1804, and our core objective is to be the world’s leading gardening charity by inspiring passion and excellence in the science, art and practice of horticulture. In everything we do, we will aim to use our guiding principles, which are to: Inspire, Involve, Inform and Improve. Most turf grass species prefer full sun, but some species do better than others in the heat and drought that often accompany abundant sunshine. Table of contents The Best Grass Seed for Full Sun Cool-Season and Warm-Season Grasses 00:46 Heat-Tolerant Grasses 01:31 Drought-Tolerant Grasses 02:23 —————– Video Rating: / 5

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