Jacque's Historic Garden in 2014
See what Jacque's Garden looked like in the past:
Some great details about Jacque's Garden:
The front lawn consists of a South African ground cover called Diamondia. It is very hearty and once established needs very little water. It does not need to be mowed like normal grass and is 'feet' friendly. It's tiny yellow flowers are very eye appealing. The dry creek bed with ornamental grasses and natural rock and the drip irrigation system were installed by Mike Garcia of Enviroscape.
Other ornamental grasses and natural stone along the side walk were installed by Enviroscape as was the lighting. The tree-lawn area is Korean Grass which is very low maintenance and receives a short haircut once a year and stays green all year.
Lavender and Garra line the walkway and when in bloom cascade over the walkway.There is a Japanese flowering plum and the green wispy trees are Silversheen. The garden attracts Hummingbirds and Butterflies.
A gorgeousness and relaxing garden - it is very low maintenance, as well as a low water usage landscape.