A celebration of “Central Coast Regionalism,” honoring the geographical and cultural context of the Central Coast, this Pebble Beach garden was carefully designed in conjunction with Nancy Goslee Powers, to appear more like preservation than an enhancement of natural beauty. The garden, dense with California native plant species that thrive on the Monterey Peninsula, grows up around a predominance of California Live Oak and Monterey Pine. Stepping-stone pathways, some framed by flowering ground cover, explore the verdant acreage in the rise and fall of elevation through a shady grotto and across the river-rock bed that harbors the spill of a waterfall. Stone steps lead down to an expansive stone patio with wood-burning fire pit and flanked by an outdoor kitchen. All of which is sheltered by mature foliage, revealing a glimpse of the golf course and the panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean.