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concrete and moss patterned courtyard; totally doing this in my beach villa

Hens and chicks with ornamental cabbage? Pretty color combo. Very relaxing feel to this.

grassy paving - put mother-of-thyme or other low-growers that don't need mowing, and use it for parking lots instead of asphalt. Most wil survive. What doesn't - put asphalt there only. And you will end up with a less heated, more water-absorbent surface, much healthier and greener.

And a beautifully-composed photo to boot!

container garden - cinder block planter I have the blocks and some old brown ones that would look cool with plants

Jennifer Adams Design Tips and Trends: Design Tips: DIY Concrete Landscape Ornaments

Concrete balls nestled in shade garden... in the PNW and other wet areas, these will soon turn into moss balls!

Sweet little cupcake pots in 'Concrete Garden Projects' - latimes.com