Roses have been a timeless classic for many gardeners over the centuries, offering beautiful blooms and color year after year. Due to their well-deserved popularity, they have been created in an abundance of different varieties. From high climbers to low growing carpet roses we will break down who's who in the rose world.Read now
The waterwise English-style landscape is inspired by a place to relax and admire nature. Incorporate groups of fragrant flowers, planted among brick or cobblestone paths, small groupings of trees, and seating to admire the birdbaths or small ponds. Accent with English-style creative containers.
The waterwise California native-inspired garden offers long seasons of bloom, with plants acclimated to our Mediterranean climate. Complete the design with whimsical pottery, and cozy chairs to observe the flurry of pollinators drawn by their favorite flowers.
The waterwise Mediterranean gardens have an informal style, with elements of stone, iron, and plants that are well-suited to our climate. Create year-round interest with a variety of leaf sizes, color, and texture. Designed to include more waterwise plants and irrigation efficiency.
Taking its cue from the coastal areas of Spain, Italy, and France, the Mediterranean gardening style combines plants that provide texture, color, and structure, alongside more formal accents. Here are a few of our suggested plants for Mediterranean landscape that saves on water.
Rebecca, of Studio Plumb, embarked on a journey of DIY landscape design as a guest participant of the One Room Challenge. Rebecca is an interior designer in the Sacramento area. She has an eye for design, color, texture, and lines. But landscape design is something she had not tackled before.Read now
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