Xeriscaping is a landscaping philosophy that uses as many native, drought-resistant plants as possible and arranges them in efficient, water-saving ways.
Coyote Residence, Montecito, CA, USA. Design: Susan Van Atta and Ken Radtkey
The timelessness of Nordic design has proven itself around the world for many decades. The gardens encapsulate the special ambience and lifestyle of the Scandinavian countries.
The garden of Mette Fauerskov (Møller & Fauerskov Landscape Architects), Denmark
Since the beginning of the twentieth century, the Netherlands has been at the forefront of a new direction in planting design, in which a more naturalistic approach to planting, using perennials and ornamental grasses.
The prairie meadow at Tom Stuart-Smith's private garden
Extreme naturalism incorporates natural materials like rocks, boulders, and overgrown hedges.
This organic, overgrown look is quite a shift from the modern, minimalist style that has been trending in recent years.
The American Garden, Innisfree, USA
Vertical gardening is becoming increasingly widespread as gardeners channel their inspiration to new heights of creativity. No longer limited to the ground underneath their feet, gardens are taking shape in a range of unique directions
Inspire by warmer climates, tropical chic gardens incorporate lush foliage, dense planting and dramatic shapes.
Hunte's Garden, Coffee Gully, St. Joseph, Barbados
Festival International des Jardins 2017, Domaine de Chaumont-sur-Loire, France
Planters and containers give you the chance to customize your space with both plants and the pot creating unique outdoor spaces even when you don't have ground to plant in.
Mexican Modernist Garden,Designed by Manoj Malde
Natural materials soften many elements of a garden seamlessly blending with the plants. Often they are better for the environment too.
June Blake's Garden, Ireland