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[Total: 0   Average: 0/5]You must sign in to vote Let’s pick some drought tolerant plants! Even in a generally moist climate like mine, there are warm, dry stretches in the summer – and not everyone can irrigate their entire garden. So it’s useful to pick plants that can withstand a bit of drought. I’ve focused this video on perennials for a temperate climate, and have included the common and botanical (genus) names, as well as a general idea of their winter hardiness. Chances are that I’ve missed some of your favorites. That’s okay! Drop those suggestions in the comments below the video for me and other gardeners. If you find these videos useful, there are a few little things you can do to help me out: Have a look at our Amazon shop: https://www.amazon.com/shop/fraservalleyrosefarm Follow our farm on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/fraservalleyrosefarm Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FraserValleyRoseFarm Or better yet, subscribe to this Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/FraserValleyRoseFarm?sub_confirmation=1 And for a place to indulge in random garden anarchy: https://www.facebook.com/groups/unrulyrosesociety/ Photo credits: Nepeta by David J. Stang (CC BY-SA 4.0) Centranthus by manuel m.v. (Flickr) (CC BY 2.0) Ajuga by Frank Vincentz (CC BY-SA 3.0) Artemisia by Patrick Standish (CC BY 2.0) Baptisia by normanac (Flickr) (CC BY 2.0) Baptisia (2) by normanac (CC BY 2.0) Euphorbia griffithii by HelenaH (CC BY-SA 3.0) Euphorbia polychroma by Kor!An (Андрей Корзун) (CC BY-SA 3.0) Perovskia by Eigenes Werk (CC BY-SA 4.0) How To Choose The Right Turf Grass For My Lawn Subscribe here – https://www.youtube.com/c/GCITurfServices www.gciturfservices.com www.gciturfacademy.com GCI Turf Academy membership /year Home product/49-year-membership/ GCI Turf Academy BioStimulant package 4 BIO-STIMULANT PACKAGE GCI Turf Academy Natural Adjuvant Starter Kit 9 https://www.gciturfacademy.com/product/adjuvant-starter-package-1/ www.gciturfacademy.com Video Rating: / 5

38 Comments

  • Michelle Reid 3 weeks ago

    Thank you for this video! So many varieties of drought tolerant plants that I don’t have and I have a lot!

  • Lynda Modeste 3 weeks ago

    Beautiful plants thanks for the thor

  • Annette Bowersox 3 weeks ago

    What evergreen is on the left of the alliums??? So beautiful!! I would love to get one!! Thank you!!

  • Garden Doodles 3 weeks ago

    Nice list. The butterfly bush at the end is supposedly very drought tolerant too.

  • Nics Roño 3 weeks ago

    Your videos really inspire me. I'd love to start business like this and when I clicked your channel and watched some of its videos, dude it motivates me. Thank you so much! Good job.

  • Sarah Froese 3 weeks ago

    Thanks for sharing!

  • Amanda VHB 3 weeks ago

    I live in Eastern Washington and our natural landscape is dry and is considered desert/shrub steppe with 7in average rainfall. This video was very helpful for me! Would you consider doing something similar for shade plant options?

  • Jessica Cromwell 3 weeks ago

    Beautiful! So helpful!

  • Pond and garden sanctuary 3 weeks ago

    Great video

  • Ruhan Van Huyssteen 3 weeks ago

    Also check out "spekboom" they are able to survive whole seasons without any water if you live in a very dry climate

  • Price Design 3 weeks ago

    Good video!

  • Barbara Lindberg 3 weeks ago

    Excellent video. I find Lavendar to be also very drought tolerant. Russian Sage is super loved by honey bees.

  • Rouge red 3 weeks ago

    Most of those plants names are Greek in origin not Latin 🙂

  • Mel E 3 weeks ago

    Great Info! Thanks. I always 'like' your videos before I even press play. They are consistently good.

  • bluesky7226 3 weeks ago

    Here on the dry prairies of Colorado, I have found that Liatris 'kobold' does better with regular and consistent watering.

  • Christopher and Eric Feml-Nelsen 3 weeks ago

    Hey Jason!! At the 2min point, what is the yellow flower to the right of the salvia? It has variegated foliage! Thanks!

  • Xiomara Martinez 3 weeks ago

    Thanks for share

  • Pam D 3 weeks ago

    Great thank you!

  • I would like to have Bermuda in summer and tall fescue in winter do you think that’s possible it’s for cows

  • Chris out Fishing 3 weeks ago

    Great informative video, I’m in northern California zone 9, starting from scratch tilled up the grown in May 2020. Do I need to do it again before seeding.

  • Joey Gaudreau 892 3 weeks ago

    What about Canada? We have grass too!

  • Miklo Morales 3 weeks ago

    Would your turf type tall fescue work well in Cincinnati ohio ?

  • HELP!! I’m in Central Florida and seeding a new lawn, by October, yard is mostly full sun yard. I want to seed with mini/micro clover and grass seed. I’m confused with the mix to use. Some say to use tall Fescue, now or Centipede later (not til April)? I originally wanted Bermuda.

  • Robert Mamula 3 weeks ago

    Ik Thanks Pete I just took over the lanscapiong fora 0 acre retreat center and I know absolutely nothing about lanscaping. Im a strength Coach- however we are a mionistry so……. we kinbda gotta fill in where needed. I hsve watched tyour vie3os for irrigation because we dont have one herei n oregon and we need one ecause we have 8 ares of turf- that we are trying to get look really solid

  • Joshua Riley 3 weeks ago

    Going to try you TTTG down here Tucson, AZ. We are low humidity and triple digits+ in the summer, but I have great shade in the heat of the day. Just hate having cool season grass under the tree and bermuda for the rest. Keep you posted.

  • Codey Cooper 3 weeks ago

    You never explained how you manage a cool season grass in a full sun environment

  • Paige58 3 weeks ago

    You explained everything I need to know. Moving from FL to SC and found you while researching grass types for zone 7. Thank you!

  • TheJcw1503 3 weeks ago

    I live in upstate South Carolina. I just bought a cleared 4 acre lot that we are building house on. When and what is the best overall grass to plant that is low maintenance since it is 4 acres. There is a bunch of weeds and little grass on it now.

  • SuburbanNinja8000 3 weeks ago

    The Guild show in out of date… out of Respesd May I send the updated one sir? https://planthardiness.ars.usda.gov/PHZMWeb/ Also what's your views on Clover That you Throw into the lawn.

  • Not just the correct type of grass but How TALL you let it grow and cut it depending on the time of the year. There is a reason you can adjust your mower height and I feel it shouldn't stay one height all season. In the North East (NY/NJ) I keep it short in May and June and then the end of June into July I let it grow a little taller … Then July I go up a bit more and in August/ September I have it the tallest about 4". I find it helps hold moisture and the grass doesn't burn out so fast with less rain. I try to only water when I need to and I have an excellent lawn. If you want to know the best grass call your local Golf Course, I use to work on one in HS and yes people would call and speak w/ the Greenskeeper he would explain everything to them. You don't try you don't get!

  • Steven Gilliam 3 weeks ago

    Great video man, thank you.

  • Thomas Soch 3 weeks ago

    I’m moving to Franklin NC. I am searching YT for how to landscape in a way that creates a very low maintenance yard. I have about 1 acre.

  • Thomas Soch 3 weeks ago

    Great video

  • Tyler Warner 3 weeks ago

    Cool season area here in central Ohio. Previous home owner left the backyard of house I just bought pretty darn thin and bare, heavy shade area with massive trees. Any recommendations? Would fall fescue suffice?

  • Matthew Musselwhite 3 weeks ago

    Simply awesome video!! You made the process so easy to understand and the humor you used was pure brilliance!! Thank you!

  • Victor O 3 weeks ago

    Este es un buen vídeo. Gracias my ingles is no good.

  • Jeremy McClanahan 3 weeks ago

    Thank you for sharing….I live in central KY…my yard is only .3 acres…most of my backyard is my septic leach fields…I have 2 big pin oaks and 3 ginormous river birch trees….can you please give your advice on what king of grass might do good in my yard….my topsoil is some of the best that I have seen….I dug for a fish pond and I have 2'-3' of usable topsoil…At this point, with getting the grass to grow and come back every year, I'm ready to pour concrete for the entire yard….dang dogs also scratch after doing their business….would a fine blade grass do better? I was thinking that the finer blades might not come up as easy and slide in between the dogs nails better….again…thank you I hope you can understand the frustration….also….best I can tell I have a fescue 31 type grass….I say this cause I just sowed some and after it came up it is very similar…keep the tips coming…you have another sub

  • HailStonE 3 weeks ago

    Which grass would work in Hot Dry climate with dense shade in summer & incidental sunlight from side in winter… Winter temp go down to 5-8C… Summer it goes to 46C…. No snow or frost…

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