Dave Pederson design: "A narrow side yard can indeed look interesting. This modern home didn't have much room so Dave used Sanseiveria to add interest to the concrete walls of the home and perimeter wall. The repetition of the Sanseiveria, the stones, and the poured in place pads add texture and interest to the modern architecture of the home. Horst Arch."

Dave Pederson design: "A narrow side yard can indeed look interesting. This modern home didn't have much room so Dave used Sanseiveria to add interest to the concrete walls of the home and perimeter w (Step House Walkways)

Agave attenuata...soft, lush growth and no spines, but it is frost tender.

Agave attenuata – Foxtail Agave

Photo courtesy [Fiona Brockhoff Design](http://fionabrockhoffdesign.com/?utm_campaign=supplier/|target="_blank").

Women In Design: Landscape Designer Fiona Brockhoff

Photo courtesy [Fiona Brockhoff Design](http://fionabrockhoffdesign.com/?utm_campaign=supplier/|target="_blank").

Fence and layers of planting

House architecture House exterior design Levelled landscaping and plants Wooden fence with concrete walls Modern design architecture

Entry path from Victorian home renovation by B.E Architecture. Photography: Derek Swalwell | Styling: Julia Green | Story: Australian House & Garden

Glamorous Victorian Home Renovation By B.E Architecture

Blog Groszkowej | Lifestyle, inspiracje, książki, sport: Ogrodowe inspiracje - Garden inspiration

Jacksons Fencing quality timber sleepers are great for landscaping and garden projects - nice combination of wood, gravel, plants.

#peterfudge, Dichondra, flagstone and decomposed granite ground cover.                                                                                                                                                      More

Dichondra silver falls ground cover with Agave 'El Miradores Gold' and Senecio serpens (chalksticks)

Grey, Green palette #peterfudge

Courtyard garden by landscape deisgner Peter Fudge. Photography by Jason Busch.

Lavender, tri-color sage, artemesia

Lavender, tri-color sage, artemesia: most silver-grey plants are heat and drought tolerant

dry climate plants at the top of walk, progressing to shade plants as you reach the creek.

Softly shaped planting and meandering path in this garden by Spirit Level Designs

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