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This is an example of a huge mediterranean full sun front yard stone formal garden in San Francisco for fall.

Mediterranean Garden in San Anselmo, CA

Mediterranean Landscape, San Francisco

This San Anselmo, CA landscape in Marin county was completely redesigned to replace a large portion of the thirsty lawn. I created curving paths and adjacent areas using decomposed granite (DG) and flagstone. The plantings include CA native plants and other drought tolerant plants chosen to provide year-round color and appeal. Something is always in bloom in this low water, Mediterranean garden! Photo and Design: © Eileen Kelly, Dig Your Garden Landscape Design
This is an example of a huge mediterranean full sun front yard stone formal garden in San Francisco for fall. - Houzz

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imageryMargery wrote:July 28, 2012
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    8 years ago
    Thank you for your nice compliment! We set the main flagstone, from the front gate to the home's entrance in decomposed granite. And used it in between the flagstone as well. We included a stabilizer to make the DG firmer. We chose this method vs. concrete to provide a permeable surface for rainwater. These pathways adjoin to other pathways and patios throughout this landscape. More images and info for this project on my website. http://www.digyourgarden.com/portfolio/sleepyhollowretreat.html
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