Low-Water Southwestern Entry

Pascale Land Design made the most of a drought conditions landscape with an eye-catching, low-water cactus gardens for this Southwestern home. Beautiful hardscaping complements the earthy property.

Photo By: Mike Small Photography

Photo By: Mike Small Photography

Photo By: Mike Small Photography

Photo By: Mike Small Photography

Photo By: Mike Small Photography

Photo By: Mike Small Photography

Walkway Lined With Large-Specimen Cactus Plants

The large-specimen cacti line the walkway to the home's front entrance. The cacti add color and texture to the landscape.

Large-Specimen Cacti Support Home's Bold Architecture

Large-specimen cacti create focal areas that support the home's architecture. The plants are attractive as well as durable against frost and drought.

Landscape Lighting in Large Cactus Garden Bed

Well-placed LED lighting brings this large cacti landscape to life. The cacti accentuates the home's architecture day and night.

Front Cacti Garden Bed Focal Point

The large cacti, dark granite and large boulders work together to accentuate the home's natural stone architecture.

Large Cacti Garden Bed by Driveway

Large boulders create anchor points in this drought-tolerant landscape. The boulders provide a neutral backdrop against the exotic plants as well as add texture to the landscape.

Large Cactus Focal Point Garden Bed and Container With Seasonal Color

Even cacti and hardy drought-resistant plants can add color to a desert landscape. The large stone container adds seasonal color and texture to the space.