ManganModern Patio, San Francisco

Example of a minimalist patio design in San Francisco with a pergola —  Houzz
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tinseltoes wrote:Apr 11, 2011
  • Lauren Pearce
    You want to group plants by water levels needed in order to set the sprinklers to the best needs of each grouping. Thankfully, pine thrives in low-water climates, so I think you will be OK.
  • tinseltoes
    Thank you. I feel better about it now! I'm gonna go with my heart. Christmas trees it is!
tinseltoes wrote:Apr 11, 2011
  • Annie Thornton
    Try posting this as a new question. You are more likely to get some great responses that way. I'm interested to hear what others say too!
  • tinseltoes
    Thank you, I will.
Chris Ciccarelli wrote:Aug 25, 2012
  • wenda63
    Will these grasses work in eastern Colorado?
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    Huettl Landscape Architecture
    Maybe the blue fescue but not the New Zealand sedge. Best to check with your local nursery.
cathycabbott wrote:Jan 31, 2012
leeleevt wrote:May 13, 2015

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

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    8. Mix materials. A wooden bench and concrete retaining wall's meeting spot emphasizes the corner in this geometric garden.

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    Redwood, understory plantings, 24" x 24" stone step pads.

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    I like this simple design near the front entry.

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