Drought Tolerant Garden donated to Nobleton Community as a living example of waterless beauty.
Homeowners today are conscious of the environment. In addition to improving the biodiversity within the garden by choosing a variety of plant materials, aesthetics play an important role. When doing a landscape design, Pathways to Perennials looks at the long- term care and needs of a garden and carefully considers water efficiency.
The Nobleton display garden was designed and created by Pathways and donated to the township to encourage a healthy biodiversity using drought- tolerant perennials. The garden includes an assortment of grasses, daylilies, hosta, perovskia, echinacea, rudbeckia, asiatic lilies, agastache, lamium, daisies, veronica, salvia, lavender, asters, mums and sedum, all of which were chosen for their drought- tolerant nature. An assortment of shrubs were also planted to encourage a healthy biodiversity, as well as a full and lush presentation with all season interest. Located just east of Hwy 27 on south side of King Sideroad. (see sign in garden)