Warm minimalism landscape design in Caulfield | Designhunter - architecture & design blog A bit modern for my tastes, but like some of the individual ideas. Large stepping stones alternated with grass and the defined edge beds for the decorative grass.
Japanese Boxwood Japanese Boxwood does well in all areas of Texas. This shrub has round, green leaves and is very heat tolerant. Japanese Boxwood reaches heights up to 4 feet tall and up to 5 feet in width. Many people use the plant around gardens and walkways. Shape the plant in your desired shape with hedge trimmers. These shrubs survive in shade up to full sun, as they are very heat tolerant. Plant the shrub in a moist, well-drained soil. Read more: Shrubs Grown in Texas | eHow.com