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Desert Southwest landscaping on a small hillside circular driveway using retaining walls and Xeriscaping principles and

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  • Yamini LEED AP at Urbanmotifs

    Nice to see some Xeriscape picture here on Hometalk LDS. Really nice work.

  • The-Landscape-Design-Site.com

    Thanks Yamini. Glad to share it. Xeriscaping, Southwest, and Desert style design has become the major scope of what we do these days. I'm sure we'll get better at it as we do more. Thanks again.

  • Pam F
    Pam F Monroe, GA

    Very nice !!!!! I really like the small gravel and the choice of plants. It makes a great addition to the home.The tile roof seems to stand out more with the color of the retaining wall.

  • The-Landscape-Design-Site.com

    Thank you Pam. Yes. It makes a huge difference in how the entire property is unified. Fortunately, we were able to match the block as close as we did. With several block plants within a small distance, we can generally match materials with most any

  • Southern Trillium LLC
    Southern Trillium LLC Stone Mountain, GA

    Just want to clarify something on the term Xeriscaping. The term does not necessarily mean a minimal use of plant material, with no grass, and permanent groundcover, such as gravel. It is easy to think that is what the term refers to, almost

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