Drought-Tolerant Landscaping Ideas
Many drought-tolerant plants offer less-showy blooms, but make up for it with interesting foliage, such as this Japanese bloodgrass. #landscaping #gardentips #bhg
San Roque Family Compound ⋆ Grace Design Associates Blog
This family needed more than landscapers who just plotted places for plants; they needed a vision for what life could be in the exterior space around their newly remodeled home.
Easy Landscaping Tips to Create the Outdoor Space of Your Dreams
These landscaping ideas will help you create a low-maintenance ... #landscaping #backyard #frontyard
How to give your garden a California-style makeover
An exclusive excerpt from landscape designer Judy Kameon’s new guide to creating welcoming, artful and relaxing outdoor spaces
Landscaping with ornamental grass
You’re either a lover or hater of ornamental grass. It comes in lots of colours and textures and can be wild and bushy. If your style is contemporary then this garden will suit. It gives a bold impact to your landscaping. It’s decorative and low-maintenance so you can’t really go…
An Elegant Front Garden - Debora Carl Landscape Design
This spectacular front yard is a beautiful marriage of colors, shapes and textures. How not to be sensitive to the Kangaroo Paws (Anigozanthus), whose bright red colors are joyfully echoed by the Conebush (Leucadendron), both of them cheerfully contrasting with the fuzzy silver-gray Blue Fescue (Festuca glauca) or the graceful Dwarf Fountain Grass (Pennisetum setaceum)? These creative plantings raise interest and
Gossamer Gardens: 12 Ideas for Landscaping with Mexican Feather Grass - Gardenista
Mexican feather grass looks like a hazy smudge of golden color in the distance, and who wouldn't want that as a backdrop in the garden? Like other grasses
Senecio mandraliscae (Blue Chalksticks)
Prized for the shape and pretty color of its foliage, Senecio mandraliscae (Blue Chalksticks) is a spreading succulent from South Africa with 3-4 in. long (7-10 cm), silvery blue, finger-like fleshy leaves and small white flowers in summer. Quickly forming a dense blue mat with its upward curving leaves, this low-growing succulent is highly versatile and ideal as a border plant or as a groundcover. Great for creating a low, blue edging too.
How to grow Australian native flowers
The most commonly loved Australian native flowers include waratahs, banksias and gum blossoms, kangaroo paws and Christmas bush. Here, Horticulturalist Meredith Kirton reveals how to grow Australian natives in your own backyard.
Surprising Planting Pairings
What happens when a plant biologist and a landscape artist team up to create a garden on a California hillside? Surprising plant combinations at every turn
Conostylis 'Silver Sunrise' is a fantastic low growing Australian native, famed for its soft silvery foliage. It stands in a dense clump, and looks most effective when planted en masse. During spring and summer, ‘Silversunrise’ is adorned with a spectacular display of yellow flowers held above the foliage on silver stems.
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Drought Tolerant & Modern Xeriscape Gardening & Landscape Design Ideas. DIY hard scape for water-wise gardening, pool decking, patio bbq area, porch, luxury curb appeal, front yard & back yard.
horse tail & aginozantha (kangaroo paw): good combination. Hmm, I would never plant horse tail but chondropetalum sure.