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I have a bed the runs along the east side of my garage, and it is very dry. Even when I water it. I want to take out what is there and change it over to an "arid" bed. Meaning drought tolerant plants that look cool.
I have access to some perennial cactus, and I thought I may add a yucca or 2, but what other zone 5 perennials or annuals would fit this arid motif?
It gets sun in the morning. Right now daylilies are surviving, but my rhubarb which was place there 9 years ago as a tempory home are dying and getting smaller and smaller each year. It is time to give it a major face lifg.