Drought Tolerant Plant Northern Ca
Drought tolerant / native plant material
Photo of a contemporary retaining wall landscape in Los Angeles.
Love the flowers but I don't think they would be available! Love the Look!! - rlindamunoz
Colored concrete with decorative rock channels for water infiltration.
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rock channels for water drainage - kimvona
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Eat-in kitchen - large transitional u-shaped medium tone wood floor eat-in kitchen idea in Houston with flat-panel cabinets, white cabinets, wood countertops, white backsplash, ceramic backsplash, stainless steel appliances and a farmhouse sink
Lagoon-side property in the Bel Marin Keys, Novato, CA. Entertaining and enjoying the views were a primary design goal for this project along with replacing the lawn with CA native and low water plants and a total renovation. The project includes a large camaru deck with built-in seating. The concrete steps and pavers lead down to the water's edge. I included a sunken patio on one side and a beautiful Buddha statue on the other, surrounded by succulents and other low-water, contemporary plantings. I also used Dymondia ground cover to create a natural pathways within the garden.
Photo: © Eileen Kelly, Dig Your Garden Landscape Design. Design Eileen Kelly
https://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/28880678/list/inside-houzz-a-waterfront-property-ditches-the-grass-for-a-garden - anniekendall
colorful succulents wrap around stone fire element
Photo of a contemporary drought-tolerant backyard landscaping in San Diego.
Love the colors and various heights - ethan_leavy
The office garden
Design ideas for a contemporary backyard landscaping in San Diego.
Like this for my front courtyard area. - graffbrown
Inspiration for a mid-sized traditional full sun backyard water fountain landscape in Orange County.
like fountain.surround may be too wild. - vach_angkachatchai
In this Marin County garden Cleveland Sage blooms in the late spring and prefers little to no summer water. Here, it is used with other California native plants to provide a low screen in a planting mound.
Cathy Edger, Edger Landscape Design
7. Cleveland Sage (Salvia clevelandii) Native to Southern California and northern Baja California, Mexico Grow this dry-garden favorite in a sunny spot with quick-draining soil and be rewarded by months of lavender-blue blooms held on dramatic 3- to 4-foot-tall bloom spikes. Like the flowers of most salvias, Cleveland sage’s are rich in nectar and provide a steady food source for visiting pollinators. The flowers and leaves have a sweet, herbal fragrance. Try Cleveland sage in containers, mas - proth1584
Inspiration for a traditional backyard landscaping in Chicago.
Meadow transitioning towards house. - sallypagliai
Photo of a large contemporary full sun backyard landscaping in San Diego with decking.
funky, though I don't know if what I want - sumaylee
Example of a mid-sized trendy wooden l-shaped metal railing staircase design in Other
Flagstone path meanders through Mediterranean plantings. Garden co-designed by Gabriel Frank and Nick Wilkinson of Grow Nursery in Cambria, CA.
This is an example of a mediterranean drought-tolerant stone landscaping in San Luis Obispo.
light with river rock gravel / pebble stone - janna701
Custom, built-in fire pit with seating, colored concrete patio with gravel channels and drought tolerant / native plant material
Elegant backyard patio fountain photo in Los Angeles
Love the small grass plants on the left - deborah_garber5363618
Inspiration for a mediterranean landscaping in San Diego.
Blue fescue - cool season grass - deernoise
After a tear-down/remodel we were left with a west facing sloped front yard without much privacy from the street, a blank palette as it were. Re purposed concrete was used to create an entrance way and a seating area. Colorful drought tolerant trees and plants were used strategically to screen out unwanted views, and to frame the beauty of the new landscape. This yard is an example of low water, low maintenance without looking like grandmas cactus garden.
Lavender and grasses. Front yard? - medleysrun
Landscape Design by Gregory Davis & Associates, www.gdalandscape.com
Inspiration for a contemporary drought-tolerant front yard landscaping in Los Angeles.
A good example of tying in the front strip with the front of the house. - renee_borgardt
A colorful, drought-tolerant plant combination with year-round appeal. This bed includes Stachys - Lamb's Ears, known as Big Ears, Cerastium - Snow in Summer, Penstemon heterophyllus, Lavender, Coleonema - Breath of Heaven, Phormium - New Zealand flax. Positioned along a flagstone and decomposed granite pathway in San Anselmo CA.
Designa and Photo: Eileen Kelly, Dig Your Garden Landscape Design
Love dark leaf plants with lime spirea leaves Also silver artisemia with evergreens. What about the big leaves of peonies❓And thinking purple salvia - faithlindsey
Eastern redbud, cersis canadensis, native to the many areas east of the Mississippi. This one is the traditional green leaved redbud.
Photo by: Karen Sullivan
larger patio space is lightly enclosed and screened by a soft planting of shrubs and perennials. (Ornamental grasses would have worked well here, too.) This strategically placed garden provides a second, and more immediate, layer of privacy in conjunction with the yard's perimeter plantings. This layering technique is a great way to jump-start your privacy plan if you're just starting to develop your landscape. - ms_engineer
Lovely plant combination of Loropetalum and Coleonema (Breath of Heaven). These are two great plant combinations that don't need a lot of water and provide nice leaf color and textures throughout the seasons. Located in a Sleepy Hollow/San Anselmo garden in northern California. Other plants n this garden include Phormiums, native Penstemon, Snow in Summer, Lambs Ears and other colorful plants that create a beautiful low-water tapestry of groupings. Photo and Design: © Eileen Kelly, Dig Your Garden Landscape Design
Purple Daydream® Dwarf Loropetalum Loropetalum chinense ‘PPI’ PP25471 This petite beauty displays dark purple foliage year-round and bursts with lovely pink string clusters each spring. Purple Daydream™ is versatile, handling full sun to part shade, as well as offering drought tolerance and deer resistance. A compact loropetalum, it spreads nicely into a mound reaching 2-3 feet high by 3-4 feet wide. - starmuse
Vibrant Mediterranean garden (co-designed by Gabriel Frank with Nick Wilkinson of Grow Nursery in Cambria, CA) bordered by papyrus, clumping bamboo, and a pizza oven and ipe deck in the distance by TMLewis Construction. Photo by Elliott Johnson.
flagstone path bouganvillea on wall different textures and colors - losalteacher