This is an example of a mediterranean drought-tolerant, full sun and desert backyard gravel landscaping in Phoenix.

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Mediterranean Landscape, Phoenix

This is an example of a mediterranean drought-tolerant, full sun and desert backyard gravel landscaping in Phoenix. - Houzz

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Jeanne Phillips wrote:June 11, 2013
  • Cheri Gittins
    6 years ago
    last modified: 6 years ago
    LOVE this design particularly the color. What type of plants are those with red blooms and and are the spike type leaves sharp (we have toddlers)? Currently landscaping front yard in La Mesa (San Diego County) after a 6 year drought. Water bills at $400+ for a 1400sf yard and dead grass 8 months a year due to City limit of 10 minutes 3 days/week. Thank you!
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    Hendricks Construction
    6 years ago
    I believe its a Aloe arborescens, it has some prickliness to it but on the low end for desert plants.
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Annie Thornton added this to Fire-Wise Landscapes Can Help Keep Your Home and Property SafeJune 12, 2019

Maintaining Your LandscapePrune all trees so that the lowest limbs are 6 to 10 feet off the ground.Remove dead branches...

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westside3825 added this to Wish ListMarch 28, 2021

Trees greenery