Iris confusa Thriving in shade and not fussy about soil, this EASY groundcovery Iris is perfect for your shady side yard! Tolerating both wet and dryish conditions, (?it spreads by rhizomes to fill in a good sized area.) Side of shaded deck?
Whitehall garden in Norfolk contrasts two enclosed garden spaces with a wild and natural garden between the house and the fields that stretch to the sea / Tom Stuart-Smith garden garden design design design ideas design
House in Travessa de Patrocinio by Luís Rebelo de Andrade + Tiago Rebelo de Andrade + Manuel Cachão Tojal I find this pretty interesting. The green-part fits into the architecture rather than an add-on.
An impromptu park is part of Peru’s Gran Semana de Lima (Lima’s Great Week) offering urban dwellers a welcome greenspace. The Invasion Verde art installation features recycled tires, plastic sculptures, grassy mounds, seating areas, and flowers.
Those look like olive trees? Grasses and agaves -- a drought-tolerant alternative to lawn in hot, dry climates. Oehme Van Sweden drought tolerant demonstration garden with grasses and agave at Cornerstone.