Aloe marlothii, a dramatic plant from South Africa. The plant can grow 12 feet tall and bears a candelabra-style stem decked out in orange flowers in spring, summer, or fall. It's hardy in Zones
Recycle & Re-use Vintage Finds! This fence and backdrop just scream classic Americana!
Desert Landscaping Ideas
Dry riverbed look-alike garden design by Rod Whitlow. -- Large front yard but, they hit the nail right on the head, once a week watering.
Front Yard Sidewalk Garden Ideas: Filling beds with low maintenance, easy-care plants, such as these ornamental grasses, including fountain grass (Pennisetum) and blue oat grass (Helictotrichon) Via BHG
Landscaping Ideas from the Desert Botanical Garden
Look for Low-Care Wildflowers - California poppy, penstemon, and salvia are three common wildflowers that thrive in most regions. They're a great choice for adding color to the landscape without increasing the amount of maintenance you have to do.
danger garden: The Desert Botanical Garden, Part One
S - senecio (Back ground plant)
15 Top Native Plants of the Pacific Northwest
Try broadleaf sedum for a tough, drought-tolerant groundcover. This tough plant offers cheery yellow flowers and silvery foliage. Name: Sedum spathulifolium Growing Conditions: Full sun, and well-drained soil Size: To 6 inches tall Zones:
Laying mulch around the mailbox and placing edger bricks. by Ozgur Coskun, via Shutterstock