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This is an example of a southwestern drought-tolerant stone landscaping in Philadelphia.

Santa Fe, NM ResidenceSouthwestern Landscape, Philadelphia

The design of the landscape and patio for a residence in Santa Fe, NM. The large rock sculpture at left serves to punctuate the entrance to the courtyard. Large Colorado flagstone is used for the stepping stones and for the patio. Photo Credits: Fred Albert

This is an example of a southwestern drought-tolerant stone landscaping in Philadelphia. —  Houzz

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snickers54 wrote:Jul 26, 2014
Where did you get the billy goat planter?

  • snickers54
    Struck out at Jackalope any other stores that you can think of? thanks
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    Fred Albert Design
    There is a place right before Cerrillos and St. Francis, on Cerrillos on the right, heading for town. They seem to have lots of stuff.
linda94705 wrote:Jul 1, 2015
What size and type of pebbles did you use?

- We are planning a similar walkway and I like this look.

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Added to robinjd101's ideas

Rocks instead of greenery

Added to Walkway

similar to what you have on the other walkways.

Added to Exterior

Entry from parking

Added to krissy_sullivan54's ideas

Entryway to backyard

Added to Paths

No maintenance, looks clean

Added to Landscaping

No poured sidewalk would rather have large stepping stones -is that against code?

Added to patio

flagstone with miniture rock... pathway from covered patio to firepit... would need some edging to keep rock in......

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Love the design.

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