Patios & Pathways
Stretches of Stone to Provide Structure to the Landscape
Unique Additions to the Landscape
Local stone stairway at Cambria Shores Inn collaboration with Nick Wilkinson of Grow Nursery
Patio & Retaining Wall for Mediterranean Planting
Dappled afternoon sunlight gives this patio a rosy hue.
Yosemite Slate Patio
Flecked with patches of rusty orange, ocean blue, and sandy taupe
Arroyo Grande Landscape at Sunset
A view of this South County flagstone pathway surrounded by leucadendron, verbena bonariensis, and a diverse family of succulents.
Natural Stone Creates Organic Retaining Wall
Succulents, drought-tolerant grasses, and natural stone create this sepia-toned North County landscape.
Mediterranean Garden Feature in San Luis Obispo
Succulents, flagstone, and Mediterranean plants are featured in this San Luis Obispo garden renovation. Garden co-designed by Gabriel Frank with Nick Wilkinson of Grow Nursery in Cambria, CA.
Grover Beach Sactuary
This garden's owner avidly embraces color: electric green papyrus, firey-hued leucadendron 'Blush,' silky pink Calandrinia, and more.
Inviting San Luis Obispo Walkway
Kangaroo paws, heuchera, yarrow and more frame this pathway and neighboring swath of grass.
Square Pavers Banked by Arching Grasses
A simple pathway lined with deep green grasses employs a subdued but strong color palette and elegant, clean lines.
Arroyo Grande's Sunlit Afternoon
A sunlit Mediterranean afternoon in Arroyo Grande
Arroyo Grande Mediterranean Twilight
A textural combination of perennials and succulents complete this drought-tolerant Arroyo Grande landscape.
Afternoon approaches evening as the fire bowl invites visitors. Garden co-designed by Gabriel Frank with Nick Wilkinson of Grow Nursery in Cambria, CA. Photo by Elliott Johnson.
Inviting San Luis Obispo Entry
Hand-crafted garden meets Craftsman-style home in this San Luis Obispo landscape. Garden co-designed by Gabriel Frank with Nick Wilkinson of Grow Nursery in Cambria, CA. Photo by Elliott Johnson.