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Desert landscaping is a unique way of making the most out of an area of your home that may be too arid. You might also just be inclined to having a desert outside in your yard. Desert landscaping is actually not as difficult as you might think. You will have to consider your region, if it is conducive to desert landscaping or if it is too chilly at times. The availability of some plants that are suitable for desert landscaping may also pose a problem for you.

Common Plants Used for Desert Landscaping

Cacti are among the more commonly found plants in the desert that can be grown for desert landscaping. There are many different varieties of cactus and they bear beautiful flowers. These are hardy plants that can go without water for several days and in fact, it is advised not to water them daily to avoid rotting.

Bougainvillea is another plant that you might want to consider for desert landscaping. It is actually a tropical plant that can grow almost anywhere in the world and does not need specific care or constant maintenance. This plant is often called a creeper because it can creep to anywhere if unchecked. It will develop a trunk if left to grow and mature and can be very hardy. It does not need daily watering but thrives well under the sun and will need to be trimmed regularly if you do not want it to grow too big for your desert landscaping purposes.

The Oleander is also one of the plants you can have for desert landscaping. It is a poisonous shrub so care must be taken when there are children or pets around. It usually has pink flowers or many different shades and is a perennial plant. You will need to regularly trim this plant in order to maintain the size and appearance that you want. These shrubs are great for hedges.

The Pampas grass is also one great for desert landscaping ideas for the front yard, not only because it looks particularly well but also because it gives your landscape a very natural look. It is not small like ordinary grass and can be as tall a several feet so you will need to trim it according to your preferences. Make sure you give it a lot of space to grow.

These are just a few recommendations of plants for desert landscaping. You might also want to go with what you think may look great in choosing plants for your desert landscape. Plants that are hardy and perennial are great for this type of landscape.

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