Garden 30 in Venice

The architect/owner of this award-winning modern back yard used a watershed approach to create a capsule version of the natural world. Just 2,000 sq. ft. includes a riparian creek, dry hill, edible zones, and a large trampoline. Water is made visible through rain chains, a handsome steel cistern, and a bespoke water wheel that feeds a seasonal streamlet. Uncommon native species include summer holly and Dutchman’s pipe. Design assistance: Susanne Jett, Jettscapes Landscape. Photography: Thomas J. Story (Courtesy of Sunset Magazine).

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The architect/owner of this award-winning modern back yard used a watershed approach to create a capsule version of the natural world. Just 2,000 sq. ft. includes a riparian creek, dry hill, edible zones, and a large trampoline. Water is made visible through rain chains, a handsome steel cistern, and a bespoke water wheel that feeds a seasonal streamlet. Uncommon native species include summer holly and Dutchman’s pipe. Design assistance: Susanne Jett, Jettscapes Landscape. Photography: Thomas J. Story (Courtesy of Sunset Magazine).

accessible | restroom

View plant list here

Garden 30 in Venice