Xericstyle

Xeric and stylish gardening in San Antonio, Texas

VOTE pretty please with sugar on top…

Which one do y’all like the best?

Notice I took out the nasty skyrocket juniper that just does not make much sense….and I made my plants look a little bigger than they are.  Why not? We live in a world with lovely technology, and I do enjoy using it.  How fun!

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2 Comments

  1. I vote for the top right (#2) since the lighter limestone is more common with the Texas Hill Country style you are going for. I love that look, it will make such a huge difference with your house. We changed our roof out about two years ago and love it, we also went with a green-gray paint so just know that I’m partial to the look. Good riddance to the tall cypress, it’s in the wrong place. You’ll want every bit of that new roof to show!

    • Shirley, I was sooooo hoping you would comment- thank you! I remember reading on your blog you are a designer. I really appreciate your input! And you are right, we are turning this house into what it is meant to be – Texas Hill Country with a Texas tough xericstyle garden. GOODBYE gingerbread curvy’ness – hello straight-lined toughness. Thanks again Shirley. – Heather

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