Landscape architect's garden blooms with time in Los Angeles

11/10/2010 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

Landscape architect Rhett Beavers was able to combine history and sustainability in his 3,000-square-foot garden in the Echo Park neighborhood in Los Angeles. Beavers retained the terraces built by the property's previous owners as well as the older plants in the garden -- including agave, citrus and a Western redbud. He modified the garden to make it water-efficient and added new spaces to make room for artemesia, lion's paw and a variety of sage.

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