contrast of textures & colours in this coastal garden with low maintenance plants by Fiona Brockhoff Design

Contrast of textures & colours, coastal garden, low maintenance plants, by Fiona Brockhoff Design

This pondless water feature combined with great night lighting adds  contemporary eutopia to your landscape.

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Senecio serpens + Chrysocephalum apiculatum: Brian and Trish Perkins — The Design Files | Australia's most popular design blog.

Drawing on the mid century aesthetic of his clients’ home, landscape designer Cameron Paterson of Grounded Gardens has created a relaxed, low maintenance garden which owners Brian and Trish Perkins adore. The Design Files>

Agaves 'Blue Flame' in the back row and 'Blue Glow' in the front. Stunning!

Agaves 'Blue Flame' in the back row and 'Blue Glow' in the front. Hardy to 'Blue Flame': Width: feet Height: feet.

love the grouping and texture contrast (just wish we had a costal view to work with)

This dreamy Carmel beach scene exemplifies how Agave attenuata begs to be used in varied gardenscapes & from seaside dune meadow to rocky hilltop. Photo by Saxon Holt

Coastal Landscape Plus Modern Art Gallery in Mosman, by Secret Gardens

Coastal Landscape Plus Modern Art Gallery in Mosman, by Secret Gardens

modern landscape by Secret Gardens of Sydney and an interesting article on mass: void ratios in the garden


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Private ocean meadow, Pacific Dune Sedge, Agave attenuata

This dreamy Carmel beach scene exemplifies how Agave attenuata begs to be used in varied gardenscapes & from seaside dune meadow to rocky hilltop. Photo by Saxon Holt

A meditative landscape design created for harsh coastal conditions | Designhunter - Australia's best architecture & design blog

A meditative landscape design created for harsh coastal conditions – Sustainable Architecture with Warmth & Texture

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A seamless indoor-outdoor courtyard designed by Peter Fudge. Photography by Jason Busch.

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Croatian coastal garden, herbs (rosemary and lavender and others) growing from crushed rock

Stairs by William Dangar & Associates, via Flickr

This house has been designed to relate to its natural context – big skies, swelling surf and steep sandstone cliffs – rather than be constrained by its dense urban surrounds. Rising from its solid sandstone foundations,.

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