It's not news that drought-resistant plants like succulents are an excellent water-saving choice to grow around the house. But have you heard of drought-resistant trees? When planting a new tree, it often needs a tremendous amount of water to settle, grow and eventually become a beautiful specimen in your yard. If you live in a location where water can be scarce, look for drought-tolerant varieties. The National Arbor Day Foundation names trees like Eastern Redcedar, Bur Oak, Northern Red Oak and Kentucky Coffeetree as great options.
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