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9 Drought-Tolerant Plants to Grow in Fallbrook

by Fallbrook Directory Mar 10, 2020

One of the benefits to living in southern California is year-round sunshine. The downside that comes with that, however, is the lack of rain we get no matter the season. Fallbrook residents are no strangers to drought-like conditions and the need to conserve water while wanting a beautiful yard you can spend time in. 


Switching to drought-tolerant landscaping not only helps you save water, but can minimize or eliminate the need for sprinkler or irrigation systems while covering more space. You are less likely to need to do traditional, time-intensive upkeep as well, such as moving the lawn. Lastly, choosing drought-tolerant plants helps your property blend in with your natural surroundings, which can end up making your yard look bigger, too.


We've compiled a list of the best drought-tolerant plants that can not only grow easily, but help to beautify your outdoor space. 


9 Drought-Tolerant Plants to Grow in Fallbrook


Drought-Tolerant Plants to Grow in Fallbrook and San Diego County

·      Bougainvillea

·      Chaste tree

·      Texas sun drops

·      Aloe

·      Lavender

·      Artichoke agave

·      Desert willow

·      California fuchsia

·      Star jasmine


Whether you're new to gardening or have acres of property, making the choice to integrate more drought-tolerant plants into your landscaping is a switch you won't regret. Don't be misguided in thinking you need to be limited to bland rocks and pebbles; there are many vibrant plants and flowers that grow abundantly in Fallbrook with minimal water maintenance required. If you'd like to learn more information, please contact X at X.


Happy planting! 



(1) https://bestofthesouthbay.com/10-drought-tolerant-california-native-plants/

(2) https://www.ecologyartisans.com/blog/10-drought-tolerant-plants-for-san-diego-landscapes


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