A simple clean landscape with only two different plants! Kupukupu fern and  Emerald green ti combined with stepping stones and river rock make this a low maintainace landscape.

A simple clean landscape with only two different plants! Kupukupu fern and Emerald green ti combined with stepping stones and river rock make this a low maintainace landscape.

25 Unique Backyard Landscaping Ideas and Garden Path Designs with Pebbles

25 Unique Backyard Landscaping Ideas and Garden Path Designs with Pebbles

From great palaces to the most modest hovel, Pebble Mosaics are a way to add creative flair to any floor indoor or out. Mostly used as decorative garden pathways, this art has graced outdoor spaces for centuries. Garden Pathway I first saw […]

Forgoing grass, the Schroeders created a beautiful, low-maintenance front yard on their West Texas lot. Note how they used a flagstone path to enhance their landscape's rustic feel. Garden Tip: Use billowy grasses to help soften the cold, harsh feel hardscaping can have in your landscape. To make the yard truly low-maintenance, select native plants or those adapted to your region.

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Forgoing grass, the Schroeders created a beautiful, low-maintenance front yard on their West Texas lot. Note how they used a flagstone path to enhance their landscape's rustic feel. Garden Tip: Use billowy grasses to help soften the cold, harsh feel hardscaping can have in your landscape. To make the yard truly low-maintenance, select native plants or those adapted to your region.

Corsican mint ground cover - this is the ground cover I chose for my court yard.  It is doing well.

Corsican mint ground cover - this is the ground cover I chose for my court yard. It is doing well.

Native Australian Garden inspiration- In contrast to other parts of the garden, the planting at the front entrance is kept simple with two contrasting plants used - Salt Bush (Rhagodia spinescens) with its lovely silvery-grey against the darker grey of Coastal Rosemary (Westringa fruticosa). This simple planting is done for a reason - to highlight and focus a sculpture near the front entrance.

Native Australian Garden inspiration- In contrast to other parts of the garden, the planting at the front entrance is kept simple with two contrasting plants used - Salt Bush (Rhagodia spinescens) with its lovely silvery-grey against the darker grey of Coastal Rosemary (Westringa fruticosa). This simple planting is done for a reason - to highlight and focus a sculpture near the front entrance.

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