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Singing Gardens
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sit well on a flat surface. Succulents (sedum, Echeveria, Crasssula). I used 2-inch pots (the smallest succulent container size available at a retail nursery); if you are using succulent cuttings, make sure the stems are at least 2 inches long. Tillandsias (optional) Succulent and palm potting mix or natural
well on a flat surface. •Succulents (sedum, Echeveria, Crasssula). I used 2-inch pots (the smallest succulent container size available at a retail nursery); if you are using succulent cuttings, make sure the stems are at least 2 inches long. •Tillandsias (optional) •Succulent and palm potting mix or
sit well on a flat surface.Succulents (sedum, Echeveria, Crasssula). I used 2-inch pots (the smallest succulent container size available at a retail nursery); if you are using succulent cuttings, make sure the stems are at least 2 inches long. Tillandsias (optional)Succulent and palm potting mix or natural
“Materials: Driftwood pieces (natural, well-dried driftwood is lighter than average lumber, and you w” — Anne Power
Singing Gardens
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Driftwood DIY
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Carefully remove succulents from the nursery pots and place them in the cavities. If you are using succulent cuttings, make sure to have about 2 inches of stem in each cutting, so it’s tall enough to place.
Carefully remove succulents from the nursery pots and place
place them in the cavities. If you are using succulent cuttings, make sure to have about 2 inches of stem in each cutting, so it’s tall enough to place. Dipping them into rooting hormone or cinnamon powder is not necessary, but you can do so if you want to speed up the rooting process.
Carefully remove succulents from the nursery pots and place them in the cavities. If you are using succulent cuttings, make sure to have about 2 inches of stem in each cutting, so it’s tall enough to place. Dipping them into rooting hormone or cinnamon powder is not necessary, but you can do so if you
“driftwood diy” — cktavani
Schwartz and Associates Landscape Architecture
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Planting Details
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What is the succulents growing in the wall? Birds nest?
Are the succulents planted in soil and do they multiply?
backyard at Dimm st. Never thought of succulents . You could combine them with some perennials too.
If your crevice is sited in a warm, dry, sunny location, succulents such as these Echeverias may be a beautiful and logical choice.
Schwartz and Associates Landscape ArchitectureSaveEmail Succulents. If your crevice is
Succulents planted in the wall soften the wall and will survive the heat from the rocks
Succulents. If your crevice is sited in a warm, dry, sunny location, succulents such as these Echeverias may be a beautiful and logical choic
Succulents. If your crevice is sited in a warm, dry, sunny location, succulents such as these Echeverias may be a beautiful and logical choice. Succulents are unmatched for their variety of colors, shapes and textures. The fact that a sunny wall absorbs and radiates heat makes it a microclimate well
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debora carl landscape design
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debora carl landscape design
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Vessels- www.stonesmith.com - it is their chamomile bench in gray color that we filled with succulents.
Yes, succulents are hearty ~ they require very little watering or attention. Good luck!
Some succulents, including these graptoverias, are indeed frost resistant and can survive temps down into
the homeowner replies: Don"t be fooled, all plants take some type of maintenance and all containers take editing over time. Succulents are so easy to trim and the bonus is that you get new plants to add to another area of the garden. This grouping is very low maintenance!
Iris. Look at this succulent garden
Love the combination of plants succulents are my one of
An explosion of succulents. Reminds me of fireworks.
“Plants” — cbnieb
Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
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Carmel Highlands
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Why were the stones cut differently?
Those are the Aeonium talked about above. They are succulents and a beautiful contrast to the Arbutus (Strawberry Tree) behind them.
Aeonium succulants with strawberry tree. Stones are cut differently to give a pavement effect.
Colorado Red flagstones with multi color cut flagstone patio.
the clean look of the succulents
5. Relish in the simplicity of succulents If looking after plants is a chore, turn to succulents. A single succulent is striking but a cluster is a work of art. Best of all, they require dry and warm conditions so minimal watering
If you have a small bed in your garden, consider filling it with a propagating succulent variety such as hen and chicks.
“Succulents on ground” — nimalka
debora carl landscape design
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debora carl landscape design
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colorful succulents wrap around stone fire element
I love all your work. Do succulents do better with mulch or DG?
some of this...but simpler not as many succulents
Like the succulents in this one.
What are these colorful succulents? Very cool looking.
like succulents and low maintenance plants
surroundings. In this garden, the flowing carpet of blue succulents echoes the calming ripples of the sea. Bonus: Succulents perform well in often-sandy coastal soils and tolerate salt winds with ease.
In warmer climates try using succulents to fill the space. They're often adapted to saltier soils
consideration — to create a specific look or at least to reflect your personal taste. For example, a Mediterranean-style garden with lots of fleshy succulents and sculptural forms employs a completely different plant palette than a soft, floriferous cottage garden.
“colores0501” — Nima.A.
Contemporary Landscape
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What type of climate is best for these succulents? Houston?
succulents- low maintenance & interesting structure
WOW!! everything, disney land of Succulents agaves yucca
Ground covering succulents
Wonderful succulent garden.
Succulents... Love them all
beautiful mix of succulents
selection of succulents.
succulent garden on slope.
Nice succulents...Succulent Garden!...Succulent garden...succulent rockery...Succulent hillside...jumbo succulents...succulent garden
“succulent design” — hcap
debora carl landscape design
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debora carl landscape design
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whats the name of that succulent thats shaped as a flower varigated color
commands our attention, but also how it is complemented by narrow, small-leafed and trailing succulent forms. They seem happy to let the sunny Aeonium take center stage."
I'm pretty sure it's a succulent, possibly an Aeonium 'Sunburst' http://plantsafari.com/Catalog2/Detail/00037.html
monocarpic, meaning they flower once, set seed and then die When to plant: It's best to plant cuttings in fall; allow the stem end to become callous Shown: A. 'Sunburst'
Consider a large-leaved succulent such as this aeonium (zones 9 to 11) as an alternative.
petunias in that pot on your front porch? Consider a large-leaved succulent such as this aeonium (zones 9 to 11) as an alternative.
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