MTLA - Seaver/SpeckMidcentury Garden, Los Angeles

Mark Tessier Landscape Architecture designed this textural, drought tolerant, warm modern garden to complement the mid-century design of the home. The use of various materials including gravel, reclaimed and ipe wood, and concrete mixed with a lush drought resistant planting palette offer a homeowners and visitors a multi sensory environment. Photos by Art Gray

This is an example of a small midcentury front yard shaded garden in Los Angeles with a garden path. —  Houzz
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