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These 10 Plants Grow Even With Less Watering

by aditya abhishek


If you are looking for plants for your garden that can survive with less watering, then you can start growing these wonderful plants that require water once or twice a month. 


Succulents, such as aloe vera, haworthia, echeveria, and jade plants, store water in their fleshy leaves and can survive with very less watering. 


Cacti are well-known for their ability to thrive in arid conditions.  They can survive without water for even a month easily. However, for best results water once every 2 weeks.


Lavender is a fragrant herb that is drought-resistant and can grow well in well-drained soil. It is also used for aromatherapy for relaxation and calmness. 

Russian Sage

Russian sage is a perennial plant known for its drought tolerance & beautiful purple flowers. You can even grow them in smaller pots. 


Bougainvillea is a colourful, tropical vine that thrives in warm & dry climates. You can water them once every 4 to 7 days depending on local weather conditions. 


Agave plants are well-suited to arid climates. You can plant them in medium sized pots filled with well-drained soils. Avoid overwatering as it can damage this plant. 


Rosemary is a fragrant herb that is drought-tolerant once it's established. You can water once every 3 to 4 days for good growth of this herb. 


Oregano is a flavourful herb that can thrive in dry conditions. You can use their dried leaves for food flavouring. 


Coneflower is a drought-tolerant perennial with vibrant and daisy-like flowers. You can grow them in small to medium sized pots. 


Yucca plants are native to arid regions and are well-adapted to tolerate drought. Water them once every 7 days for best growth and development. 

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