3425 Inglewood Boulevard




This garden was created using a mixture of succulent and drought resistant plants with decorative boulders, pebbles and flagstones. Among the plants used are podocarpus to provide privacy, Pittosporum silver sheen as well as marjorie channon to give a subtle sense of separation. They have planted kangaroo paws which have beautiful flowers through the year, and many succulents such as westringea, pennesitum, agave atenuata, fire cracker, and lorespedulum. In addition they have also used groundcover ones such as lambs ear, sedum, dymondia, tymne and festuca.

The homeowners rebuilt their house using only natural materials and then worked with Raul Castillo who has a well-priced landscaping business (www.eco-nomicallandscape.com) to create the garden.

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