Layering plants creates a sense of depth and distance in a small garden.
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In this small and modern courtyard, there's a concrete water feature and plants that can be viewed from both levels of the home.
In the tiny front yard of client Madeleine Nash in San Francisco’s Castro neighborhood, designer Dan Carlson of Wigglestem Gardens created a midget landscape with giant impact.
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Alongside the driveway, Clay planted a low-water succulents garden to lend structure and texture to the front yard.