grasses in a modern landscape design

Russian sage, Verbena bonariensis, Mexican Feather grass, Miscanthus, purple and grey plant combination design by Giardino Segreto

Olive trees underplanted with lavender (by Sydney, AU designer Peter Fudge via Gardenista)

Olive standards underplanted with lavender (by Sydney, AU designer Peter Fudge via Gardenista)

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

Nature's Vision Blog. Wamberal coastal residence. Front garden plantings consist of Coastal Rosemary, Coastal and Swamp Banksia, Queensland Bottle Tree, Casuarina Cousin it, Xanthorrhea glauca, Poa Suggan Buggan, NZ flax, Corokia Silver Ghost and Carex grasses planted amongst aged railway stepped sleepers, basalt boulders and terrazo steppers.

Nice look for the side of the house, instead of rock maybe -- Carex grasses planted amongst aged

Water-wise drought tolerant garden in an Australian garden. These plants are equally at home in the dry summer climate of the Northern California San Francisco Bay Area.

Low rainfall garden / Agave americana with its distinctive pointy leaves / the lime-green heads of Euphorbia / bold pink flower spires of sprawling Echium / Gazanias in foreground

11 Gorgeous Drought-Friendly Landscapes via @mydomaine

11 Gorgeous Drought-Friendly Landscapes

At the former Malibu home of Patrick Dempsey, landscape architect Scott Shrader utilized native plants which are accustomed to the climate with pea-gravel ground cover to create a textural space for al fresco dining and entertaining.

Spanish Colonial White Front Elevation wiith Teak Gate Landscape design by Christine London Ltd

Spanish Colonial White Front Elevation wiith Teak Gate

Lawnless but elegant, with mature olive trees flanking the entry. Spanish Colonial White Front Elevation wiith Teak Gate Landscape design by Christine London Ltd

Is it Time to Reconsider Using Australian Natives?

Raingardens are popping up all over the country. They look incredible and are a great way to save water and protect our environment from erosion and pollution. Find out everything you ever need to know about our water wise friend, the raingarden.

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