Desert, Xeriscape and Rock Gardens

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Cacti Wall

This set up blends creative and architectural options to create a residing sculpture of cactus. Design by Jamie Durie

Flower Bed

The backyard is the right place for some whimsical artwork. This grass mattress in a rock backyard shouldn’t be solely a dialog piece, but additionally an awesome place for a nap. Design by Pamela Berstler

Rustic Charm

Natural nation attraction marries the previous wagon wheels with Blanket Flower (Gaillardia sp.), Sweet Alyssum, California Poppy, Eyebrow Grass (Bouteloua gracilis) and different flowers. Design by Katrina Fairchild

Put a Curve within the Road

Set a focus on an axis stemming from the home. This fountain and path are intentionally aligned with the doorway. Design by Kerry Burt

Cobalt-Blue Moat

The blue-rock fake stream makes a low-maintenance water function. But there is not an absence of water because the mosaic tile on the wall sits atop a small fountain. The freeform terra-cotta patio interspersed with moss and groundcover offers this gathering spot beautiful Old World attraction. Design by Katrina Fairchild

Go Big

Large potted timber make upkeep straightforward. Here, purple bananas and woman palms potted in forged concrete jardinieres convey splashes of shade and a tropical aptitude. Design by Heather Hardcastle

Add Color within the Hardscape

The decorative metallic gate provides an awesome pop of shade to the panorama and courtyard. Design by Katrina Fairchild

African Garden

The homeowners of this backyard needed a drought-tolerant, low-maintenance backyard with no garden in any respect. The mix of textures retains the area attention-grabbing and provides it a pure look. Design by Jamie Durie

Deep Blue “Waters”

A tumbled-glass “river” runs by this backyard, that includes a footbridge, decorative grasses, crepe myrtles and creeping fescue. Design by Shirley Bovshow

Soften the Hardscape

Enhance massive, overbearing boulders with Xeric crops comparable to Jerusalem sage and red-hot poker. Design by Katrina Fairchild

Front Entry

A terra-cotta tile entry supplies loads of curb attraction and with only a few enticing planters, it’s straightforward to handle. Design by Pamela Berstler

Shades of Blue

Lilac lounge chairs sit on a cobalt gravel circle in entrance of an aqua backdrop. This shade combo will look nice even within the useless of winter. Design by Pamela Berstler

Earthy Bench

A built-in sandstone bench with matching patio makes an awesome place to entertain and it provides heat shade to the shady yard. Design by Pamela Berstler

Sunset Hues

A Xeriscaped sustainable driveway is surrounded with Jerusalem sage and red-hot poker, which add pops of purple and yellow shade. Design by Katrina Fairchild

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