Wanting to transform a dry garden at the start of my sons property. At this time he has aloe vera growing.

I thought about putting in frangipanis and crepe myrteles but we have limited water supply

yates

03 November 2020 02:56 PM

All trees will need regular watering until they are well established. Depending on the soil and level of care, this can take up to 3 months. Unfortunately, if water supply is limited, you may want to reconsider your plant choices. Native trees are more drought hardy, but similarly, will need to be regularly watered until well established.

Topics: Flowers and Ornamentals Issues: Plants