beach courtyardsContemporary Garden, Perth

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Inspiration for a contemporary front yard full sun garden in Perth with gravel. —  Houzz
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renai_robertsRenai Roberts wrote:6February,2015
  • Lisa Lehmann
    6 years ago

    render colours if available please??

  • Sarah N
    5 years ago

    Can you please tell me what the renders colours are?

hrhobartLeafyplaces wrote:31December,2017
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      liasonLisa Lehmann wrote:10September,2015

        What Houzz contributors are saying:

        carolbucknell
        Carol Bucknell Garden Design added this to Top 10 Plants for Minimalist Gardens31 July 2016

        5. Mother-in-law’s tonguePopular back in the 1950s, mother-in law’s tongue (Sansevieria) is now in vogue again, often planted en masse as shown here in raised beds. Sometimes known as snake plant, the upright shape and variegated colours of this succulent make it ideal for minimalist gardens where the emphasis is on strong forms. Its ability to cope with hot, sunny spaces makes it particularly suitable for contemporary courtyards like this one. It will grow happily outside in warm frost-free areas, but needs to be planted in a container in a very sheltered spot (or indoors) in cooler places. Tip: Like most succulents, mother-in law’s tongue needs less water in winter and perfect drainage.Don’t Plant Anything Your Granny Wouldn’t Recognise

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