This Ojai, California property went from dry field to south of France paradise, with sustainable, drought-tolerant landscaping.
Native, drought-tolerant plants were chosen to line the beautiful cedar privacy fence at HGTV Smart Home 2015.
Gravel and ornamental grass combine for a striking look in this home's garden beds. Bonus: it's also drought tolerant!
Plants in varying shades of green break up the grays of this walkway area; it's inviting and drought tolerant.
Drought-tolerant perennials and succulents surround the patio. Varying colors and shades of green add to the garden's visual appeal.
For an orderly, meditative look, landscape designers selected a few varieties of drought-tolerant plants, then set them out in rows.
This gorgeous Mediterranean style home features an expansive, green backyard circled with mature trees and detailed landscaping with lush, drought tolerant plants.
This desert garden's main attraction is the water features. Ornamental grasses and drought tolerant plants help soften the concrete fountain and pond.
Ornamental grasses, drought tolerant perennials in earthy tones and native shrubs and trees fill in this garden and look lovely in any season.
HGTV's Curb Appeal renovated this quaint coastal style home. A small pergola accents the front porch while drought-tolerant plants round out the landscape.
Landscape elements were chosen to accentuate architectural features and meld with the surrounding meadow grasses. The low-maintenance plan incorporates hardy, drought-tolerant species.
A pergola sits at the top of this tiered garden in this expansive backyard with a stacked stones pathway, drought tolerant plants and mature trees.
This stunning Mediterranean home features an expansive backyard with mature trees, lush drought tolerant plants and a large bocce court for a little friendly competition.
Filling a garden with native plants, grasses and drought-tolerant succulents can save gallons of water and be even more lovely than a sweeping lawn.
The green grass on this lawn is drought-tolerant Kurapia (bred from the native plant Phyla nodiflora). Boulders give the yard a more naturalistic feel.
This patio offers features teak furniture, tile flooring with an inlay border. A drought-tolerant mesquite tree offers a bit of shade and low-maintenance landscaping.
This beautiful red-and-black home features exterior illumination, drought-tolerant landscaping, and a dramatic front door that mimics the look of the paneled windows above.
To reduce this backyard's water consumption, landscape designers replaced its turf grass with drought-tolerant Kurapia, a newly-developed groundcover that requires less water and maintenance.