Drought tolerant grass is not just resistant to the effects of hot weather, but can also serve as ornamental decors to brighten your home and garden. Because they’re durable and require very little maintenance, it’s suitable for busy people.
Available in specialty stores that sell drought tolerant ground cover, the Pampa grass is native to South America but can also grow in warm areas in the southeast US. Its foliage is known for its feather flowers that appear in early fall or late summer and can go as high as 10 feet high.
What is Zoysia Grass?
This grass flourishes in hot weather and is known for its thick turf, and like other drought tolerant ornamental grass it thrives during the summer and has a lovely green color. In addition to this, the grass can put up with close mowing and can grow in different types of soil.
This is one of the most popular drought tolerant plants today thanks to the vast pink masses that have a very striking appearance, especially when they are in groups. While it’s low maintenance, Pink Hairgrass really thrives in dry soil, just like a few drought tolerant grass seed out there.
Big Bluesteam is a clump forming grass and can grow around most of the US. This grass can reach up to 8 ft high, and has blue-green foliage which turns red in the fall. This drought tolerant grass works well in just about any setting, but look best in meadow gardens.