Projects — FALLING WATERS LANDSCAPE
Falling Waters Landscape providing San Diego Sustainable Landscape Design. Award winning, well-planned, thoughtful design and functionality by Falling Waters Landscape Inc., for your San Diego home or business.
The French Branch of the MGS
In France, MGS members reside in all regions but most of us are in the South of France: Occitanie and Provence. Our gardens can be very different depending on the local climate and conditions: temperatures that fall more or less low in winter, and depending on whether they are steep or flat, seaside or inland but always with the challenge of water management.
Get the Look: Modern Bungalow
Step inside the home of Darci Hazelbaker, architect and artist, who shares her design tips for combining a modern aesthetic with a handcrafted soul
Top 70 Best Desert Landscaping Ideas - Drought Tolerant Plants
Discover color in dry, arid climates with the top 70 best desert landscaping ideas. Explore unique drought tolerant plants with softscapes and hardscapes.
Don’t Fight Mother Nature, Choose Plants that Thrive in Northern Nevada.
Even if you love yard work, no one enjoys redoing work they’ve already done. So, when designing your yard, do your homework first.
Reece & Paul on Instagram: “PRE BUILD DISCUSSION: Such a great meeting with the @myextensionltd pre build. This put lots of our worry’s and concerns to rest, it has…”
1,769 Likes, 51 Comments - Reece & Paul (@littleedwardian) on Instagram: “PRE BUILD DISCUSSION: Such a great meeting with the @myextensionltd pre build. This put lots of our…”
30 Beautiful Backyard and Garden Design Ideas
The backyard is this kind of cozy and charming place to relax, read, sunbathe, grill, garden and have fun with the family. It can be comfortable.
Xeriscape, Texas Style
Dry gardening for arid climates. No special watering required. Usually involves native plants, as here. Seen in front of the biology buildings on the University of Texas campus, Austin. Read more here: www.utexas.edu/know/2011/08/12/xeriscaping_ut/ Lifted by a writer for use on Pinterest, a website where viewing is restricted to members. Click thru 'credit' works, but it would be nice to have name credit when Creative Commons pictures are reused!