Drought Tolerant Perennial Garden- good reference for those plants not needing lots of moisture...not that i live in a dry area, i just forget to water sometimes :/

Drought Tolerant Perennial Garden- good reference for those plants not needing lots of moisture.not that i live in a dry area, i just forget to water sometimes :/ butterfly bush miss ruby maiden grass morning light red hot poker russian sage

Build your own backyard horseshoe pit with these step-by-step instructions from TOH landscaper Roger Cook. | Photograph: Keller and Keller | thisoldhouse.com

Pathways Design Ideas for Home and Garden

Outdoor fireplace, tiered landscaping, and curved path. The raw Copper path lights that will patina over time will look great and unique for years to come. Having the low voltage landscape lighting make these backyard ideas picturesque day and night.

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Leopoldina Haynes Garden - These look like olive trees. I'd love to have some olive trees in my garden!

*Green and White* Tone on Tone: Our white garden featured in Southern Living, photo by Helen Norman

I like the different textures and tones of green, and the layering. Tone on Tone: Our white garden featured in Southern Living, photo by Helen Norman

Beautiful garden of white

Garden design: Sophisticated outdoor style

A beautiful Outdoor Dining Space. Love all the white flowers. A white setting for a pretty home.

drought tolerant plants: French lavender; olive trees, and New Zealand grasses, particularly varieties of poa.

Garden Designer Visit: Lavender Fields in Australia

Sydney-based Garden designer Peter Fudge designed a formal garden with drought tolerant plants including drifts of lavender beneath olive trees.

The bright colored purple flowers against the lush green shrubs stand out very nicely!

Go Ahead, Meander

The herringbone pattern brick draws the eye along the path while the soft purple and green plantings along the edges invites the guests to come farther into the scene and continue exploring.

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