Can you suggest a low growing (about 1 to 1.5 feet) plant that likes drought and sun?
Our subdivision has dwarf (about 4 feet high) youpon holley in front of a fence. Now we need something to replace the Nearly Wild roses that have not done well the past two summers. The roses grew in front of the youpon holley. Are there any native plants that would do well? There is no water available at the subdivision entrance except for jugs lugged by "little old ladies."
Mary in Tucker