Leptinella always a good option
Mukdenia rossi. Never seen or heard of this before, Zone 4-9. Evergreen?
Kangaroo paws (anigozanthus) and leuchodendron
The designer has employed the concept of asymmetrical balance; one garden bed is larger than the other but is weighted to look equal. The stone pillar mimics the lamppost, bringing continuity to the space. Notice how the caladiums (Caladium sp, zones 9 to 10) are more prominent in the smaller bed on the right. Acting as a fulcrum, they balance the beds, making them visually pleasing. A carpet of ground cover in the foreground of each bed brings that additional dose of soothing continuity.
Something very cool at the front entrance
The concrete pony wall creates a foil for the kangaroo paws.
Centred gate, symmetrical concrete paths
Dimensional stonework path
Fenced but very open. Wide entrance path. Would prefer less of a subway-tiled look to the path.
Seating wall as part of the entrance
wide front door steps