Every living thing on earth needs water in order to survive, the plants are not an exception. However, some plants can still thrive and grow despite lacking it. They are called drought-tolerant plants that can live without a lot of water for a long time. Today, I will show you the common plants that can survive in a drought, so even if you are living in a hot or dry climate or the rain is rare, these drought-tolerant plants will always survive. And even if you don’t live in a hot or dry region, these drought-tolerant plants are perfect for the busy or lazy gardener who can’t water them in a regular interval.
This spiky plant is called Agave, they don’t need a lot of care so they’re a great option if you want a plant that can survive in drought.
I love Bougainvillea plants. They’re a shrub plant which you don’t need to put a lot of care and maintenance. They produce gorgeous and colorful flowers that will fill and decorate your garden especially in summer.
3. Cactuses and Succulents
Cactus and Succulents are the most popular and well known drought-tolerant plants. They are also very easy to grow.
4. Crown Of Thorns
Another one is the Crown of Thorns which belongs to the Euphorbia family. They’re also easy to grow that can withstand the drought.
5. Desert Rose
The Desert Rose is also known as Adeniums. This plant is common from where I live. I remember my neighbor put them on direct sunlight but do not water them regularly and yet, they still bloom and survive.
This drought tolerant plant is called Lantana. They’re not only beautiful, but the leaves also have a pleasant smell which you can compare to citrus.
I also love the lavender plant. They are very attractive, smells really nice and they are natural insect repellents.
This culinary and medicinal plant is called Oregano, they are easy to grow that you can plant and forget since they require minimal maintenance.
Rosemary is not only good for cooking, but they are also a great ornamental plant that can survive in drought.
Another beautiful looking plant is called Sedum. They will not disappoint you in hot or dry weather. They love direct sunlight so put them outside.
Thyme thrives in hot and sunny weather. They require less water and maintenance. Water only when the soil is completely dry.
Verbena is one of my favorite plants, they like the warm weather with a little water. They can survive in drought even if you put them in full sun.