What can I plant next to my house in Ohio ? Is gets morning sun.
Chubby58 on Jun 17, 2017Drought tolerant plants: vinca, mexican heather.Helpful Reply
Just Retired on Jun 17, 2017Hostas are also good for drought tolerance. They can do morning sun but not so good in afternoon sun.Helpful Reply
Patty on Jun 18, 2017Try sedums,hyssop,grasses,vincaHelpful Reply
Nancy Turner on Jun 18, 2017I would go with Hostas as the main plant and smaller drought tolerant plants interspersed in them. As with any plant, it will need watering until it is settled and more mature, but once all the plants are settled in(a year or so), they will need only infrequent watering.Helpful Reply
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