Top Drought-Tolerant Perennials for the Pacific Northwest
Rely on this collection of beautiful, low-maintenance perennials to keep your landscape looking fantastic, even when the rains stop in summer.
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Althought you can't control the weather, you can make it less impactful on your garden by choosing the right plants.
Once established, you can count the perennials below to perform, even in dry summer conditions.
- Avens (Geum)
- Bellflower (Campanula portenschlagiana)
- Brown sedge (Carex flagellifera)
- Cape fuchsia (Phygelius)
- Fleabane (Erigeron)
- Giant feathergrass (Stipa gigantea)
- Giant kale (Crambe)
- Lamb's ears (Stachys)
- Pearly everlasting (Anaphalis)
- Red-hot poker (Kniphofia)
- Rose campion (Lychnis)
- Spurge (Euphorbia)
- Toadflax (Linaria)
- Valerian (Centranthus)
- Wallflower (Erysimum)