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Columbia's most important reason for water-efficient landscaping is to preserve and extend the useful life of our present water supply — it's one of our most precious resources. A considerable amount of water can be saved through well-planned and well-managed landscapes. So, try xeriscaping and spend less time watering, and more time enjoying your beautiful landscape.
There are other native plants that might be suitable for your water efficient garden. Please check with local garden center staff for other plant suggestions.
|Shrubs||Ornamental Grasses||Perennial Flowers|
|Bayberry||Weeping Lovegrass||Black - Eyed Susan|
|Beauty Bush||Plume Grass||Butterfly weed|
|Button Bush||Blue Fescue||Compass Plant|
|Hydrangia arborescens||Bottlebrush Grass||Fall Asters|
|Mock-orange||Blue Oat Grass||Hellanthus|
|Pine - Mugho||Switch Grass||Liatris - Gayfeather|
|Potentilla||Moore Grass||Prairie Coneflower|
|Quince - Flowering||Tall Bellflower|
|Rose Acacia||White Snakeroot|
|Rose of Sharon||Yarrow|