Drought-tolerant yard Replace a boring lawn with golden gravel dotted with an ornamental grass like deer grass (Muhlenbergia rigens), then add a few accent plants like blue-leaved Weber agave--all of which can withstand a low-water climate.
I've asked Nathan Burkett to let us know the plants he used in this garden. But curious how many we can figure out on our own? Despite my usual meadow-y preferences, I adore this striking contemporary style coastal garden and color scheme. Do you lik
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Simplicity in Design. Vertical-growing San Pedro cacti (Cereus peruvianus) form the backdrop of the composition, with Agave offering complementary color. contrasting form reflects the same rhythm as the San notes