Even areas where rain water is infrequent can have gardens bursting in with color and texture.
Some plants can thrive in sunny, dry conditions. Drought tolerate, the plants rely on their substantial moisture-retaining nature to deal with a lack of water. Their leaves may be small to reduce the amount of foliage exposed to the wind or sun rays. When adding plants to a sunny location, layers of mulch or compost can help retain moisture in the ground.