Coloured walls can provide exciting backdrops for appropriate planting.
Luis Barragan made an art form out of constructing large plain walls painted in vibrant colours, pink, orange and yellow being much loved favourites.
For many Barragan settings succulents and cacti were set apart and took on sculptural qualities, often near a body of water or waterfall.
Here we see massed dry planting in front of a cor-ten steel wall, intriguingly matched with a yellow wooden door and plain concete.
Ficus caria, Cistus, Rosemarinus officianalis, Lavendula, Pennisetum and Alcea rosea sway gently and delicately in the breeze playing off the solidity of the steel.