Julie Dulaney
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Foliage plants shine in this drought-tolerant garden. Many drought-tolerant plants offer less-showy blooms, but make up for it with interesting foliage, such as this Japanese bloodgrass. The combination of grass and concrete in many curb strips doesn't do much to stem water loss, but this planted version catches water before it hits the street. In place of grass, choose drought-tolerant plantings, which are more likely to prevent erosion. Shade, too, can be a necessary element in the fight…

Foliage plants shine in this drought-tolerant garden. Many drought-tolerant plants offer less-showy blooms, but make up for it with interesting foliage, such as this Japanese bloodgrass. The combination of grass and concrete in many curb strips doesn't do much to stem water loss, but this planted version catches water before it hits the street. In place of grass, choose drought-tolerant plantings, which are more likely to prevent erosion. Shade, too, can be a necessary element in the fight…

Native front garden COOLBINIA

Native front garden COOLBINIA

Gabion screen, Acacia cognata 'Limelight', Dietes and dragonflies by Natural Inspirations. Steven Wells garden at Royal Talbot Rehabilitation Hospital, Melbourne

Gabion screen, Acacia cognata 'Limelight', Dietes and dragonflies by Natural Inspirations. Steven Wells garden at Royal Talbot Rehabilitation Hospital, Melbourne

Designing with sculptural plants. This garden by Georgina Martyn shows a clever method of using hints of architectural planting in a full garden approach. She has used Agave attenuata as the sculptural accent planting amongst an array of other softer shapes such as Aeonium, Festuca, Iris and Kniphofia, and Rosmarinus, just to name a few. Read more...

Designing with sculptural plants. This garden by Georgina Martyn shows a clever method of using hints of architectural planting in a full garden approach. She has used Agave attenuata as the sculptural accent planting amongst an array of other softer shapes such as Aeonium, Festuca, Iris and Kniphofia, and Rosmarinus, just to name a few. Read more...