Giang's design challenge was to bring life to a property with no landscaping in the front or backyard. There were no live plants anywhere, which makes a house feel cold. The existing backyard had astroturf on top of concrete. Therefore, she could not plant plants back there. Instead, she created a magnificent 12 ft x 6 ft artificial succulent green wall, which served as a focal point in the backyard. In the front yard, she planted drought-tolerant succulents, placed potted succulents to hide the HVAC unit and planted 15 ft tall queen palms on the side of the house to hide the construction site next to the property. This house is currently on the market for $4.225M in Pacific Palisades, CA.