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Anthony Paul Landscape Architecture - Great use of sunbleached timber decking & plant arrangement on a slope.

This dramatic garden has been designed with limited rainfall in mind. Huge clumps of Agave americana, with its distinctive pointy leaves, combine well with the lime-green heads of Euphorbia and the bold pink flower spires of sprawling Echium, while Gazanias provide a pretty border in the foreground. The emphasis on form and texture provides an excellent contrast to the clean lines of the contemporary architecture.

Sarah and Roger Budarick’s drought tolerant garden, Boat’s End, in Australian House and Garden. Path is decomposed granite.

Boat's End water-wise garden. South Australia. Spiky Furcraea, silver-leafed succulents and black Aeonium thrive here. Photo: Brigid Arnott. Australian House & Garden

Boat's End water-wise garden. Spiky Furcraea, silver-leafed succulents and black Aeonium thrive here.


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