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Image 6: Rear courtyard. Strong play on shapes & tones. Minimal planting…

Acacia stenophylla-stunning graceful drought tolerant tree for backdrop if we go with a minimal wall -From Stephen Orr's new book via Flora Grubb

#peterfudge, Dichondra, flagstone and decomposed granite ground cover. More

Dichondra silver falls ground cover with Agave 'El Miradores Gold' and Senecio serpens (chalksticks)

There are two types of scleranthus: uniflorus and biflorus; we prefer biflorus as it's a more vivid green, and denser, whereas uniflorus is a more yellow-green colour.

Agatha O l Scleranthus biflorus. New Zealand native ground cover. Moss like and mound forming. Looks great planted with railway sleepers.

Arenaria Wallowa Mountains / Wallowa Mountains Mossy Sandwort (Desert Moss) is a great groundcover plant with tiny bright green evergreen leaves. Looks great as a crack filler between flagstone and paving stones.

This is an Oregon Native plant according to my research. It does not flower or seed, (so can't buy seeds online) must be cutting-propagated.

Nice Lines; they don't fight but rather accentuate the obvious rectangularity of the space.

internal courtyard, very small garden concept

Interesting transitional space. Don't like the plantings on the right and left.  Ross McGill Landscapes | Prew Project

paving and edging detail by Ross McGill Landscapes designed by Mary Maurel

modern gardens

Fascinating Garden Walkways For Modern Outdoor Setting

O estilo saloniste: maio 2013

the style saloniste: Fields of Vision: Nature Glorified

Garden paving - Vertus Belgium

Project - Vertus -hipster edgy grass dividers break up the concrete.


Shutter on brick beautiufl Backyards - Designer Visit Chris Moss garden, Marcus Harpur photo.