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The beautiful front garden of our own staff designer Borrow this look and design your self an ultra drought tolerant front garden. Or check out Patrick's portfolio on our website and have him come design something for you. by floragrubbgardens

Aeoniums, echeverias, Sedum nussbaumerianum - remember these names for plants that require little water!

How to Create an All-Family Outdoor Lounge

Succulents in rocks

Southwestern Living - Desert Gardens -Laguna Dirt photos outside a landscape architect's office in Laguna, CA ~ amazing.love the succulent spillers on the roof, too

For travel: No-chores backyard

Easy-care plants and materials create a low-maintenance garden that can fend for itself for weeks at a stretch. See how durable furnishings, bulletproof plants, no-fuss flooring, and clever details make it work.

21 Inspiring Lawn-Free Yards

No-chores backyard Easy-care plants and materials create a low-maintenance garden that can fend for itself for weeks at a stretch. See how durable furnishings, bulletproof plants, no-fuss flooring, and clever details make it work

Mexican Feathergrass, agave

Those look like olive trees? Grasses and agaves -- a drought-tolerant alternative to lawn in hot, dry climates. Oehme Van Sweden drought tolerant demonstration garden with grasses and agave at Cornerstone.

Patio Design Ideas: Square Pavers & Pebbles: A prefab house at the L.A. Garden Show gets an easy and attractive patio area with square concrete pavers spaced evenly with a filler of pebbles. The three aqua / turquoise ceramic planters are tall and architectural, making a visual impact without taking up lots of space. Tall modern planters and clean lines look good with architectural-looking plants, like broad-leafed grasses and succulents.

Patio Design Ideas: Mixed Materials

22 Porch, Gazebo and Backyard Patio Ideas Creating Beautiful Outdoor Rooms in Summer nice paver arrangement and planters in glazed teal

Cactus Garden at Dar Al Hossoun, Morocco

A backyard in a desert region made to be a cactus and succulent sanctuary; nothing to mow, and everything thrives in an arid environment yet looks lush and green.

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