13056 Rose Avenue
New Garden on the 2010 tour! Click here to see the gardens that will open for the tour.
The design focus was on creating a painterly effect with different leaf colors and seasonal change while staying mindful of the environment we live in. All plants were chosen for there ability to survive without too much water.
They worked closely with Grow Garden Design to create a garden that complimented their newly remodeled home. The front garden was designed and installed 4 years ago; the back yard was completed 2 years later. The garden is designed to save tons of water as they removed all of the grass and any thirsty plants. The group of acer palmatum sango kaku in the front has to be their favorite - the way the coral colored bark catches the light late afternoon is magnificent. The garden attracts tons of Hummingbirds due to the Australian native anigozanthos. They use a traditional sprinkler system set to come on once per week for a good deep soak.