Around Southern California, landscape designer Scott Shrader is known for civilized, amenity-filled gardens that are tailor-made for life outside. At his own home, a 1,600-square-foot Regency-style cottage in West Hollywood, Shrader transformed a cramped, 24-by-45-foot brick-and-concrete backyard into this stunning escape.
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Agave ‘Red Margin’ border the water feature, which is made from sheet bronze. The stone element in the background is a reclaimed French post, juxtaposed on its right with a boxwood globe and a wooden seat. The large-leaved Begonia ‘Lotusland’ is a prized possession; it was hybridized by Rudy Ziesenhenne for Madame Walska, the founder of the Lotusland garden, and has been in Shrader’s collection for over a decade.