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Inspiration for a mid-sized traditional front yard stone landscaping in Santa Barbara.

Grace Design AssociatesTraditional Landscape, Santa Barbara

Inspiration for a mid-sized traditional front yard stone landscaping in Santa Barbara. —  Houzz

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alexia7 wrote:Oct 4, 2012
Beautiful! What type of flagstone is this? Did you stain this? Thanks.

Anna Johansen wrote:Apr 29, 2013
What is the peach colored flower? Thanks!

Doug Hatfield wrote:Apr 18, 2015
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    Margie Grace - Grace Design Associates

    HI. I don't know your area, but what I like here in Santa Barbara (zone 9) is Dymondia margaretae, wooly thyme, elfin thyme... You'll have to get rid of weeds first --- and battle weeds until all of the weed seeds that are in the ground have germinated and been weeded. Good luck!

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    Stefan Wentzel – Neues Gartendesign

    Maybe Cotula potentilla or Cotula squalida can grow. In gemany it grows well, but the plant is original from Newseeland.

Dave and Susan Stone wrote:May 24, 2016
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    Margie Grace - Grace Design Associates

    Thanks! In coastal Santa Barbara, these aren't particularly high water use; nor would I classify them as low water demand. I've changed the garden quite a bit since this photo was taken, adding more edibles in large pots (now empty of crops to save water) and culling out the thirstiest of the plants.

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