Houzz is the new way to design your home.
Unique use of square pots lined out in a diagonal
The use of accent succulents with soft perennials creates a modern planting look
Horsetail reed and surrounding succulents make for a hearty green look and great plant contrast (horsetail reed must be in a different container due to its watering needs being much different from succulents.)
Simple, beautiful and planting succulents in the gravel makes for easy clean maintenance.
Integration of pond at the foundation of the home.
Desert Willow is an excellent under utilized urban tree that takes drought, summer flowering and has a beautiful structure.
Large simple layers of 3 or 4 plants can add order to a natural area
Hearty tropicals and grass echoing Roberto Marx Brazilian plantings add lots of color and architectural interest
Cool color perennials take lots of heat, cool the eye, conserve water and fertilizer resources.
There are so many varieties of salvias available in white, red, puple, blues that take sun and shade. Definitely an under utilized plant.
Strong architectural paths add order to a diversity of perennial plants.
Beautiful entry wall and cap pulling the architecture out into the landscape and creating a wonderful entry tension point of interest.
Great blend of traditional/cottage house with contemporary landscape
Water feature in a small space
Beautiful way to articulate small space
Relaxed Tuscan Courtyard