Agave and the groundcover stone crop layer the garden in pretty, varying shades of green.
Agave and cacti require little water and love lots of direct sunlight, which make them perfect candidates for the Las Vegas climate.
Flowing grasses in shades of green and pink cover the landscape, and an agave plant centers the landscape to add texture and interest to the design.
Staggered raw concrete walls make an edgy, industrial frame for this home's entrance.
Retaining walls help define the vase amount of low water plants in this landscape design. Here, agave and euphorbia are featured.
The homeowner sourced raw rolled steel instead of Corten to save a lot on the metal budget. A few squirts with the hose and voila - deep rust colored planters!
Agave and moss are a simple but striking combination in this garden container.
This home's sloped front garden is filled with grasses and Agave, a soft, inviting look.
Twisted driftwood branch sculptures stick out of the succulent planters filled with agaves, aeoniums and echeverias.
Exotic aloes and agaves transform this backyard into a gorgeous botanic garden, full of colors and textures.
Walkways lead all around this backyard garden, where statues preside over succulents, including agave and aloe plants.
Asparagus fern and agave are even more striking when placed in a shallow clay bowl.
A stone fireplace creates a cozy gathering spotin this gorgeous open-air Southwestern setting. Flagstone pavers and a potted agave add the desert feel.
Shrubs, ornamental grasses and an agave plant fill the front landscape, adding lovely curb appeal to the home.
Succulents such as agave, euphorbia and yucca are separated by retaining walls and fill out the home's desert landscape.
This outdoor space, designed by Joan Grabel, features a paver patio, red chaise lounges, a retaining wall and a sloping lawn landscaped with agave plants and groundcover.
Agave and cacti require little water and love direct sunlight, making them the perfect plants for this Las Vegas home's landscape.
Agaves, stone crop, euphorbia and anigozanthos are a bright combination of colors and textures in this backyard garden.