45,114 Low water landscape Home Design Photos

debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
Should these plants be watered and how do you do that?
They also have these water reservoirs that attach to the top to help trickle down water. All the modules have little holes so the water slowly goes through
HI. Yes, you should water them usually at the top so the water will trickle down. You can also purchase with recirculation
Awesome! How often to you water them and by what means?
I like the idea of incorporating nature and architecture. Low water usage is also good
1. Try xeriscaping. A fancy term for low-water landscaping, xeriscaping is all about using plants that can withstand extremely dry (or drought) conditions
plant, and even easier to take care of. This vertical garden brilliantly landscaped with succulents offers an unexpected splash of green in an otherwise stark
How we give water to the plants?
“Wall of Plants Optional for Retaining walls n Bin/Gas Area” — moyopailath
Tiffany Farha Design
12th Street Project
What are the shutters made of? Cedar? We are in the low desert with severe winds and dry climate.
Dining patio behind garage, add water feature between patio and sunporch
shutters, flagstone, nice low maintenance
grass appealing for this reason. There is also the opportunity for low-water landscape design with hardscaping.
Water fountain...Water feature...Landscape idea
“would not work for the yard but I like it” — dsuminski
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Bonifield Residence
stands out. I want our front poured concrete wall to stand out....plant low plants to accentuate it
Think your landscape needs to look like a desertscape in order to be a low water landscape? Native grasses and shrubs are just as effective at lowering
lowering water usage as succulents, while still maintaining the "fecund" and "more is more" aesthetic that you are striving for in your yard.
“hillside design” — gayleensharon
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Sandy Koepke
Low water landscape. Never seen succulents so beautifully arranged and planted
high maintenance and high water use gardens, July in a xeric (low-water) landscape is mellow — with little to no work or water required. Stone, topography
Beautiful low water landscaping...Low and High plantings...low water...Low Water Planting...Low water needs, Rock garden...Add low wall near street
“Mexican garden” — jillbobis
Arcadia Studio
Santa Ynez Valley
and/or low-volume irrigation. Check with your municipality before beginning your project. Get and save ideas. Browse photos of low-water landscapes. (Tip:
well as a thick layer of organic mulch to deprive the lawn of light and water. The grass will die in about two months, and you can dig right through the
and/or low-volume irrigation. Check with your municipality before beginning your project.Get and save ideas. Browse photos of low-water landscapes. (Tip:
your favorites in an ideabook.Get help if you need it. Find landscape architects and landscape contractors in your area.Or make it a DIY project. Several
about your project, including The Case for Losing the Traditional Lawn, 7 Low-Maintenance Grass Alternatives and Get Along With Less Lawn. Or look for books
“Inviting yet private. Wish I knew more of it's origins.” — Paul B. Showers
Hey Nice Garden
5 Reviews
New Perennial Style
small front yard that packs a lot of color. This new perennial garden is low-water and provides a lush setting in contrast to the wide open walkway to the
perennial garden (low water usage, bright colors)
local wild flowers of poppies, and low profile.
love the local wild flowers of poppies, and low profile.
“Ground cover, color, texture.” — robinkumar
D-CRAIN Design and Construction
Could I get more information with this lovely landscape?
low water landscape with metal fence
low water maintenance...No grass. Low maintenance....No watering...dry grassy landscape...minimalist landscape/staggered concrete...Low water
“gate and fencing” — pjwpvaz
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
This spa and water feature was built on site by a pool contractor. We finished the exterior faces with tumbled travertine and installed a pre cast concrete
concrete coping in the same neutral color. The interior dimensions ( water) are 8' x 8'.
I like the grasses and there must be some which don't need water as varieties are already growing around the house.
Inside water dimensions are 8 by 8 ft
“Finish around spa” — Steve krajenka
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