Sometimes just an architectural element or two can make all the difference when developing a modern design.

Drought-tolerant plants are perfect if you live in California or anywhere else! If you want to save water in the garden but don't want it to look like a desert, check out these water-wise tips!

Groundcover - blue chalk sticks (in betw kangaroo paws)

Narrow garden bed featuring Anigozanthos 'Pink Joey' (Pink Joey kangaroo paws) with Senecio mandraliscae in Santa Barbara, CA

leucadendron jester - love this plant, use it a lot!

leucadendron shrub - a bunch a different ones available -- for side bed by Desert Willows. Good for cutting for center pieces.

A Garden You Water Four Times a Year -- a great list of low water requiring plants.

A Garden You Water Four Times a Year Gardenista - David Glenns Lambley Nursery in Australia. Have bought many plants by mailorder from this nursery

Grevillea Purple Haze from http://www.australisplants.com.au/ornamentals/grafted.htm

Grevillea Purple Haze: 3 ft tall, 6 ft wide, bronze grey new foliage-- find to plant in the mango guild

Native Everlasting Daisy  Rhodanthe chlorocephala

Native Everlasting Daisy (Rhodanthe chlorocephala) Grows naturally in the south of Western Australia extending into South Australia.

Native Agave Garden "native to the southern and western United States, Mexico and central and tropical South America"

Xeriscaping, Drought Tolerant Land Cover

combining texture, shape, colour - Native Agave Garden "native to the southern and western United States, Mexico and central and tropical South America"


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