Sarah's Fab Day
When I moved to the Phoenix area I distinctly remember seeing yards that had green rocks. Apparently the low water way to have a lawn. How hideous is that? This is what you should do in the desert if you have a green thumb! Isn't it pretty? On another note I originally saved this photo on Pinterest if you want to go and check out what I have pinned and lots of other gorgeous images.
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
Vamos a ver cómo puedes hacer uso de piedras y rocas en tu jardín ya lo orientes al xeriscape o a un estilo más ecléctico. La piedra al ser un material natural quedará bien en cualquier tipo de paisajismo.