West LA Front Yard

Old lawn was transformed into a drought-resistant garden offering ever-changing colors and textures. Turf removal rebate from the local water agency helped offset the cost. A new stucco wall with iron gates were built to create an enclosed porch/courtyard to give homeowners a much-needed buffer between their home and the hustle and bustle of a big city . Recycled bricks grace the new wide walkway and enclosed porch.
Photo: April Rocha Photography

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Mary Lou added this to Canterbury15 November 2022

Neighbor said she’s got two of these gates she won’t need…

Lisa Herman added this to Lisa's Ideas11 August 2022

I like the drought tolerant low maintenance look. Like a wild dune.

Norma Morris added this to Welcoming front yard with privacy5 July 2022

Drought tolerant, offering private space

Katy Dilland added this to Deck20 May 2022

I like that it is xeriscaped but still pretty

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