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RollingwoodMediterranean Landscape, Austin

See In, See Out / Jessica Mims / www.SeeInSeeOut.com

Photo of a mid-sized mediterranean landscaping in Austin. —  Houzz
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polyester wrote:Apr 9, 2019
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    That plant is Chondrapetalum - it has not proven to be cold hardy for us in Austin however. There are also some varieties of Juncus that look very similar. Hope this helps !

Rosalie wrote:Oct 19, 2017
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    Silver Ponyfoot!!!

Erica M. wrote:Oct 8, 2017
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    Hi there - thanks for the question. Those are actually cut limestone pavers. The stone is a Lueders Buff Limestone. Hope this helps !

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Annie Thornton added this to Trending Now: 10 Ideas From Our Most Popular New Landscape PhotosMar 30, 2017

7. Lots of SpillersThe rule of thumb for container garden design is to have one thriller, one filler and one spiller. In this project, one plant fills all those roles. The draping tendrils of silver ponyfoot (Dichondra argentea) sweep back at the pathway like a heavy curtain. The plant pops against the rusted steel planters, and it contrasts with the spiky form of the large cape rush (Chondropetalum elephantinum).

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Shannon added this to YardsMar 16, 2019

Metal planters and the plants used

Farahnaz Ketwaroo added this to Farahnaz's ideasJan 19, 2019

Use depth n height for interest.

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