use inexpensive welded wire fabric over rough sawn wood framing to support Hacienda Creeper vines. All this growth took less than one year. It& easy for them to climb the walls unassisted especially after we sandblasted the paint off the masonry block.
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)
A dark background is great for any plants, climbers
Urban oasis: Family-friendly garden makeover
Heliconias & Xanadu, Tiger Grass background
Hardscaping 101: River Rocks
Photograph by Marion Brenner. For more of this San Francisco project by Monica Viarengo, see Mission Accomplished: A Modern Mosaic Garden in SF. Risseu is a traditional pebble-mosaic technique common in Genoa, Viarengo’s hometown in Italy.