How about lavender? So many different kinds of lavender might be fun all
on one hill. They attract butterflies, smell good, and require almost no
water once established. If you're in California, you can also try the
blooming natives, such as cyanothis, monkey flower or non-native, but
excellent bloomer, scotch broom. All of these also require almost no
water once established.
brian dixon wrote:
>> I need a lant (preferably with color) that will grow in just about anything,
> needs little water, and acan be in full sun. We have a hill behind our house
> that is dry and hard. Lots of rocks in it. I have tried seeding wild flowers
> up there, and actually water it every other day. Nothing seems to happen.
> Would just like to get a little color on this hill.
>> Any Thoughts??
>> Thank You
> Brian Dixon
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