Trees for xero-landscaping

WHAT TREES ARE SUITABLE FOR XERO-LANDSCAPING?

In our attempt to try to show in garden design what a xerophytic garden or xero- gardening has been , we are going to indicate which trees are indicated for this type of efficient or rational gardening. They are in the table because they consume few resources (both water and nutrients) and therefore are an example of trees that can be planted in areas with scarce water resources.

Here is our particular table of trees indicated for xero-landscaping or sustainable gardens.

scientific nameCommon name
 
Acacia baileyanaAcacia
Acacia cyanophyllaAcacia
Acacia cyclopsAcacia
Acacia longifoliaAcacia
Flexuosa agonists
Ailanthus altissimaAilanto
Albizia julibrissin
Alnus Cordata
Brachychiton acerifolus
Brachychiton populneus
Callistemon viminalis
Carpinus betulus
Casuarina equisetifoliaCasuarina
Celtis australis
Ceratonia siliquaAlgarrobo
Cercis siliquastrumJudas tree
Crataegus  oxyacanthaHawthorn
Cupressocyparis x leylandii
Eleagnus angustifoliaEleagno, tree of paradise
Eriobotrya japonicaMedlar from Japan
Eucalyptus ficifoliaEucalyptus
Ginkgo bilobaGinkgo
Gleditsia triacanthos3-thorned acacia
Grevillea robusta
Juglans regiaQuite
Metrosideros excelsa
Olea europaeaOlivo
Platanus x hispanicaBanana for a walk
Prunus spp.
Pyrus spp.Peral
Quercus ilexEncina
Quercus suberoaks
Robinia pseudoacaciaRobinia
Schinus molleFalse pepper shaker
Schinus terebinthifoliusoaks
Sequoia sempervivensSequoia
Ulmus pumilaSiberian elm
Zelkova serrata
Ziziphus jujuba
Azufaifo

Our idea at Gardenprue is to try to separate all plant species based on their nature. That is, distinguish between palms, bulbous, perennials, grasses, trees, shrubs, herbaceous, etc. In this case, it has touched the trees, which will form the sustenance of your garden within the xero- landscaping , then the bushes will arrive and so on until a wide range of plant species is completed.

Ziziphus jujuba or jujube. Has his particular article in Gardenprue

XEROGARDENING IN COASTAL ENVIRONMENTS

We curl the curl even more. The fact that a tree is appropriate for xerogardening does not mean that you can plant it in a coastal environment or is suitable for it. And the same thing happens the other way around, a tree suitable for a coastal environment will not always (although it usually be) will be an efficient tree in terms of resource consumption. These are some trees that you can use for xero-landscaping in a coastal environment:

  • Acacia cyanphylla: Acacia
  • Ailanthus altissima: Ailanto
  • Casuarina equisetifolia: Casuarina
  • Olea europaea: olivo
  • Punica granatum: granado
  • Quercus ilex: encina
  • Schinus terebinthifolius: Terebinto
  • Tamarix spp: Taraje
  • Atriplex halimus: Salad
  • Cistus spp: Jaras
  • Coprosma repens: Brilliant, Coprosma
  • Cotoneaster spp
  • Euonymus japonicus: Evónimo
  • Laurus nobilis: Laurel

 

Welcome to The GardenPure! My name is Ryan Heagle, and I’m the founder of The GardenPure, I spent the first part of my adult life teaching and then living in Australia in various business ventures, the first of which was a business devoted to the sale of house plants.  I am now a full time blogger. I am a self taught gardener.

Ryan Heagle

Welcome to The GardenPure! My name is Ryan Heagle, and I’m the founder of The GardenPure, I spent the first part of my adult life teaching and then living in Australia in various business ventures, the first of which was a business devoted to the sale of house plants.  I am now a full time blogger. I am a self taught gardener.

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