This colorful, cheerful garden is on a corner lot and these steps ascend from the side street. The gardens were listed by address and this one is aptly named by its Sun Oak location. Plenty of sunny perennials lead the way up to the live oak shaded front yard. The mostly blue and yellow garden matches the house trim colors.
Creative touches imbedded in the concrete steps. Bienvenido!
...My Garden. Hola! the garden greets you with a request to smile. Who wouldn't smile seeing this cheerful welcome
Talavera tiles created especially for the Texas market.
It's a daily fiesta in this garden
More of that matching blue and yellow, a beautiful combination.
The homeowner found these discarded bricks already cut into triangles and used them for edging
View to the street
Mosaics around the well in the center of the yard.
Painted concrete pavers match the house. Homeowner Pilar has been working on her garden for twenty years.
Of course there's a Texas stepping stone!
The dry garden along the driveway
Around back is a cool and shady retreat
A large screened porch has been added to the back of the house
Details of found objects in the gardens
Agave Americana on the corner. I didn't see the curled leaves until I looked at the photos, but it looks intentional for the safety of passers-by.