7 Stunning Plants That Can Survive With Less Water

7 Stunning Plants That Can Survive With Less Water 

Homiful.com -- Plants need water to survive. However, some plants can grow well in dry soil conditions and minimal water. growing drought-tolerant houseplants is a great idea if you live in an area with hot weather and water scarcity. These plants remain resilient, and can survive in dry soil. Like these "7 Stunning Plants That Can Survive With Less Water".



Oleander is a tropical plant that features dense, lush flowers. Oleanders produce beautiful fragrant flowers in a variety of colors, such as yellow, pink, red, white, and purple. Very pretty to decorate your garden. However, be careful, as all parts of this plant are poisonous.



Bougainvillea or paper flower plant is a plant that is most resistant to drought conditions. It is one of the plants that thrive in extreme and intense conditions. If you are planting bougainvillea in the ground, make sure the soil has good drainage; they don't like to stay wet for too long. You should water bougainvillea once a week after you plant it until the plant thrives, which can take up to three years.

Sedum burrito


Sedum burrito plants prefer direct sunlight. They can withstand some afternoon shadow as long as they get at least six hours of direct sunlight. If you're growing the plants indoors, make sure they get enough indirect light. Without direct sunlight, the plant may not develop as densely or as fully.



Agave store water in their dense foliage, and this makes them live a long time without it. Landscapers often plant them because of their low-maintenance nature and the unusual shape of their foliage as well. Growing agave is easy if you plant the right variety in the right location. Agaves need full sun and gritty soil that percolates easily. They can even do quite well when potted but use an unglazed clay pot that will allow evaporation of excess moisture.



Gaillardia flowers, which cover the garden soil nicely, do not require any special care. This floral plant is simple to grow. All it needs is a sunny spot and the occasional watering. Gaillardia is simple to cultivate and takes minimal attention. Deadhead wasted blooms to encourage new growth, and then clip all stems back to the ground once flowering is over. Remember that gaillardias thrive in nutrient-poor soil, so don't fertilize or mulch them like you would other perennials.



Adenium, often known as the desert rose, is a tropical succulent that requires just light watering on occasion. It thrives in full light and can be planted as an ornamental plant in cooler climes. The soil should be damp but not soggy, with no standing water. Use a well-drained soil and let the soil mix dry completely before watering again. If you plant your Adenium directly into the landscape, make sure to place it on an inclination so that water can drain after heavy rains.

Jade plant 


Featuring fleshy paddle-shaped leaves, jade plant is a popular succulent. The plant is also believed to bring good luck to its owner. Jade in the garden will benefit from weekly or bi-weekly watering. They will also benefit from an annual spring fertilizer for cacti and succulents. Under the right conditions, jade outdoors can form short-lived pink and white flowers.

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Author        : Rieka

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