Harvest rainwater. Water slowly for longer to encourage root growth rather than a superficial spray. Keep your pots in drip trays. Plant waterwise plants. Use drip irrigation as apposed to sprays.
Climbers that twine themselves Cyphostemma lanigerum – Wild Grape Clematis bracteata – Traveller’s Joy Senecio macroglossus – Flowing Ivy Thunbergia alata – Black Eye Susan Jasminum angulare – Wild Jasminum Jasminum multipartitum – Starry Wild Jasmine Climbers that scamper up
There are several ways that plants are adapted to being waterwise. 1.Succulents are the first to come to mind. Consider plants like Aloes, Bulbine, Cotyledons, Portulacarya and Crassula families. 2. Some plants have a wax layer which prevents transpiration. Think
Retaining Wall – ShadeAptenia cordata – Brak VygieAsystasia gangetica – Creeping FoxgloveChlorophytum – Gold NuggetChlorophytum bowkeri – Bowker’s ChlorophytumChlorophytum comosum ‘vittatum’ – Hen & ChicksChlorophytum modestum – Dwarf ChlorophytumCineraria saxifragra – Wild CinerariaCrassula capitella – Camp FireCrassula ernestii – Crassula