Photo credit: WA design
Photo of a contemporary landscaping in San Francisco.
Or, at least, think beyond traditional beds and borders when it comes to where you can plant and in what arrangement. In this contemporary design, for example, architect David Wilson of WA Design arranged a linear pattern of stone pavers for the courtyard, leaving gaps for planting pockets.
In spring, purple iris emerge, transforming the area into a modern meadow. When the iris are not in bloom, the area can be used as a courtyard. The screen transecting the courtyard (made from metal rods canti - auroramoon