Go for more lushness with less water: a bed of green Aeonium, strappy Beschorneria yuccoides, and coast rosemary (Westringia fruticosa).

6 Lessons for Mediterranean-Climate Gardening

A bed of green Aeonium, strappy Beschorneria yuccoides, and coast rosemary (Westringia fruticosa) provides a verdant low-water entry garden. The coppery orange hues of the urn and pincushion flowers add vibrant color. Garden Look!

Lavanda, romero y salvia junto al olivo y gravilla en la parte de delante, + conjunto de macetas y algún otro arriate... Y césped, atrás

mediterranean garden under the olive trees: slope of herbs (rosemary, lavendar, germander) with grasses planted off one side of the path. This would be an interesting walkway

Love landscape with pottery, grasses, and wild flowers. Purple is so beautiful and just POPS!

TOP TEN EASY-TO-GROW SHADE LOVING PERENNIALS

Leafy "Ceiling"    In sun-drenched gardens, shade is key. Typical Mediterranean courtyards offer seating areas under trees — such as olives, oaks, citrus, cypress or vines — planted individually or in groups.

Before and After: Mediterranean Garden Makeover

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