Succulent Landscape Design by 26 Blooms Succulent Landscape and Design

Cute house trim idea made of succulents - low water low maintenance makes it great for Southern California - Succulent Gardening

Native, drought tolerant plants for your yard

Native, Drought Tolerant Plants for Your Yard

Given our current drought situation in Southern California, THIS was the best year to take out our front lawn and put in native, drought tolerant plants. // native drought tolerant plants for your yard, gardening, landscaping

Drought Tolerant Perennial Garden- good reference for those plants not needing lots of moisture...not that i live in a dry area, i just forget to water sometimes :/

Gardening Autumn - Drought Tolerant Perennial Garden - With the arrival of rains and falling temperatures autumn is a perfect opportunity to make new plantations

What a beautiful side yard landscaping treatment for a house in the Southwest. Play Slideshow >>

What a beautiful side yard landscaping treatment for a house in the Southwest. Side yard with drainage trench drain rocks Rainwater harvesting

Smith Point Residence | Landscape Architect: H. Keith Wagner Partnership | Architect: Birdseye Design | Image Credit: Westphalen Photography | This property on Shelburne Farms includes a main house, guest house and barn complex set on 20 acres of rolling meadow and woodland with commanding views of Lake Champlain. In master planning the site, special attention was given to solar orientation, views and utilizing the existing grade change to integrate with the architecture of the main house.

Edge Detail contemporary landscape, lighting, grasses - get this look using Lumenesk garden bollard lights.

Even with garden beds to fill I just can't go past the idea of a cluster of beautiful potted plants

I want potted plants like this all around my back patio EMM Tropical plants make a great back drop to succulents that include Agave attenuata, various jades, a large pot full of aeonium and echeveria rosettes, and purple-green Senecio jacobsenii.

Dry creek Stanford Garden traditional landscape

Wide Dry River Bed with stepping stone pathway and bridge. An idea - instead of wide river bed of all rocks, could do low lying ground cover along edge of the rock river bed

Edmund Hollander Landscape Architects

Xeriscaped Gardens with Naturalistic Walk Path and Creek, by Edmund Hollander Landscape Architects.

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