How To Build A Living Playhouse That Helps Kids To Understand Nature theownerbuilderne. Here’s a fun and educational way to divert kids from the indoors to the great outdoors… help them to build a living playhouse!
Those look like olive trees? Grasses and agaves -- a drought-tolerant alternative to lawn in hot, dry climates. Oehme Van Sweden drought tolerant demonstration garden with grasses and agave at Cornerstone.
(native gardening) Gorgeous mix of Mediterranean and California native plants in this low-water landscape designed by Arleen Ferrara of Satori Garden Design. This is like the California version of Beth Chatto's dry garden in the UK.
Naturalized vignette created around white Moondance rose with Billowing fountains of shimmering Mexican feather grass (Nassella tenuissima syn. Stipa tenuissima) were swaying gently in the breeze and a haze of blue Russian sage, (Perovskia atriplicifolia)
At the Desert Botanical Garden in Phoenix, plants suited to the arid climate of the Sonoran and other deserts thrive, including a large sampling of agave, cacti, and other succulents. At the Desert Botanical Garde
Just planted red & Orange Kangaroo paws. Second time around. We'll see if they survive this time!'King’s Park Federation Flame’ kangaroo paws. I love having lots of little bushes of plants in the same space.