Top 4 Low-Maintenance Plants for Garden

Start with a hardy perennial that blooms for three months in the first season in a cloud of purple.

Russian Sage

Drought-tolerant sedum plants never mind their manners, despite the reputation certain hardy plants have for becoming 


 invasive. This plant, sometimes known as stonecrop, may go for years without being watered, divided, mulched, or deadheaded. 


One plant you may carelessly sprinkle around the landscape is the daffodil, which


will make you appear like a gardening expert every spring as your blossoms proliferate.


Hostas are the best choice for yards with little or no sun exposure.


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