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[Total: 0   Average: 0/5]You must sign in to vote With offices in Phoenix and Austin, Landscape architect Christy Ten Eyck understands water-resourceful designs. In her new home garden in Austin, she renovated its footprint to catch water, restore wildlife, and find soulful peace in wanders and wonders. Video Rating: / 5


  • Ken Hunt 4 months ago

    "Doesn't look so perfect all the time," so true.
    Not a busy garden – very appealing on the eye.

  • sza1786 4 months ago

    can you tell me what the creeper on the wall behind the water basin please at 5:38 time

  • So Southern Custom Equestrian Products 4 months ago

    What a beautiful property

  • Gideon McClure 4 months ago

    I wish they would do a video of one of these yard makeovers from the beginning. I imagine they are bringing in big machines to reshape the land prior. I really want to know how they get all the electricity and water underground to all the features without any visible cords, pipes, etc.

  • Ron Boyle 4 months ago

    are the large rocks limestone? at 4:22 there a wall made out of large flat rocks

  • San Antonio Gardening 4 months ago

    She is just on a completely different level…so good.

  • Cindy G 4 months ago

    My favorite is the court yard, the square shape and the fire place and the stone wall.

  • atomic mama 4 months ago

    amazing garden. and, she looks like Teri Garr :^)

  • Giovanni Funaro 4 months ago

    I would love to know the price of all the Pea Gravel and those Fountains. She speaks about 'natural beauty' but this garden did not come to look like this naturally. I like the outline of the grass she did with the gravel. That is a very nice idea.

  • Jo Ann Miller 4 months ago

    I want to get rid of all of my brumuda grass in the yard, how can that be done?!!!

  • Aryanne Massouris 4 months ago

    great garden beautiful lady….

  • Adam Savage 4 months ago

    Beautiful garden! I finally figured out what turk's cap is! 

  • headonfire1105 4 months ago

    Thank you so much! I really appreciate it!

  • Austin PBS 4 months ago

    We've just added captions to the video. Just click the subtitles button in the lower right and select English. Thanks so much for watching!

  • headonfire1105 4 months ago

    Beautiful garden! Any chance that you'll be adding closed captioning for the hearing impaired? The visual is gorgeous and I'd like to catch the narration as well.

  • Matt Jackson 4 months ago

    What a great garden! Loved watching this.

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