It's possible to have a garden that does not need watering. The plants we have chosen for you can withstand summer drought.
These plants are often from a Mediterranean environment, but are nonetheless quite hardy. They enjoy sunshine and soft, permeable soil.
A scent of Mediterranean scrubland in my garden! Thyme, lavender and oregano will all grow well and have evolved to survive drought.
Grasses also have their place in a dry garden. Stipa, Festuca, Sesleria, Muhlenbergia, Eragrostis can make a garden bright and light.
For examples, browse to the pages on our site about Gravel Gardens.
A compact achillea with a very upright habit£4.09
A small, dense cushion of aromatic grey-green leaves with finely-chiselled tips£3.99
A charming little rockery plant.£3.29
An ornamental garlic native to the Peloponnese, which adds a refined, decorative touch to a dry, sunny rock garden.£4.09
an unusual form of wild onion and a little gem!from £3.29
Fits in everywhere.£3.29
Welsh onion, ciboul, spring onion, scallion, Japanese bunching onion£2.29