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HousingDrought Tolerant Landscapes Drought Tolerant landscapes are becoming more important as water scarcity emerges. The design principles that are incorporated into such landscapes include water flow management such as swales, diversion drains, catchment basins and erosion control mediation. Subterranean irrigation systems that are regulated by hygrometer sensors or weather based sensors can reduce water consumption by providing just the right amount of water and minimizing loss through evaporation. Finally, the selection of draught resilient crops and orchards combined with mulch or cover crops are integrated into the design of drought tolerant landscapes.