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Create a drought-friendly landscape. (Originally featured on a California-Friendly Landscape Contest hosted by Roger's Gardens in Orange County, CA)
Painterly Approach — Arterra Landscape Architects
This hillside garden responds to the movement of the wind, flow of the water and warmth of the sun. Undulating landforms and a grassy swale integrate storm water management in an artful way as they divert surface water away from the house. Following this sinuous swale, the cascading stairway creates a helix-like pattern and links the top of the property to the pool area below. Along this path we nestled a cozy sitting area, perfect for relaxing with a glass of wine and taking in the…
Is it Time to Reconsider Using Australian Natives?
Australian Natives got a bad name thanks to the scruffy gardens of the 1970s, but they're drought tolerant, easy to maintain, and versatile. And, as you'll see in the following images, Australian...
The best garden designer in Australia?
When I arrived at Cameron Paterson’s Toorak garden I was expecting to see something that was nice enough. I had seen a few pleasant pictures online, but you know, they don’t always