The rear of the midcentury reduct home overlooks the creek and the unique floor plan opens into the landscape on both the upper and lower levels. The landscape design strikes the perfect balance between the home’s strong architectural lines and its creekside environment. A plant palette of varying shades of green was chosen for texture and seasonal interest. Berkeley sedge creates a soft evergreen base to the garden and plantings include beautyberry, indigo, yellow iris, and dwarf palmetto.  Exclusive Tours of Private Texas Gardens by Erika Heet