Drought tolerant landscape project in Carmel Valley
This landscaping project recently completed in Carmel Valley consisted of a meandering stone path with planted joints of Dymondia. Drifts of native grasses and creeping Manzanita sweep over berms of soil- creating movement and interest in the garden design. A crushed gravel driveway with 3/8" California gold gravel was used over compacted base rock. Stone walls were built, replacing aging rail road ties. Landscape path lights and up lights were also installed to illuminate this garden at night. If you are interested in having a drought tolerant landscape using native and California friendly plants call us for a free consultation.