In Colombo Street, near St Asaph, there’s an example of a Xeriscape.
Built by Greening the Rubble, this garden requires little or no water or maintenance. Xeriscaping is ideal for drought-prone areas, and has other benefits too.
The name was coined in the 1980s from xeric meaning very dry, containing little water.
“A plot that needs no irrigation
in drought-prone land earns acclamation.”