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Better Landscape and Gardens
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Driftwood DIY
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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 compressed coconut
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 compressed
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 compressed coconut
“Materials: Driftwood pieces (natural, well-dried driftwood is lighter than average lumber, and you w” — Anne Power
Better Landscape and Gardens
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Driftwood DIY
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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 them in the cavities. If
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.
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 want to speed
“Carefully remove succulents from the nursery pots and place them in the cavities. If you are using s” — Cherry Ong
Sutro Architects
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Light & Classic
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Use succulent cuttings in arrangements!
“Rug” — bunkie17
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Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
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Carmel Highlands
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They are succulents and a beautiful contrast to the Arbutus (Strawberry Tree) behind them.
The sections are covered in Succulents and it looks like a gorgeous ground
love the succulent in the island. back wall area
Cute way to have a succulent garden
ground cover succulents for tight spaces
propagating succulent variety such as hen and chicks.
Mass planting. I really love the use of these succulents. The shiny surface of the foliage brings yet another dimension to this evergreen planting. With just one species we can see the intricate differences in foliage color from deep cabbage green
“maybe” — valmo926
Shaw Coates
Rancho Santa Fe House
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Water minimal landscaping. Decomposed granite, succulents...blue flame agave
added decomposed granite and succulents, including golden barrel cactus
granite & succulents & grasses (blue) to enhance the look with very little water.
using a lot of succulents to cut down on water bill
granite and succulents, including golden barrel cactus and blue flame agave.
granite and succulents, including golden barrel cactus and blue flame agave. The low-maintenance, minimal-water approach was a success. “I interviewed landscapers and basically told them I didn’t want to do anything,” says Shaw, adding that her water bill is between $70 and $150 per month.
“Desert landscape” — melkasoa
debora carl landscape design
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debora carl landscape design
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orful succulents wrap around stone fire element
texture, color, and they are succulents!
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, and they're rugged enough to handle the winds and
plant: Cuttings can be planted year-round; wait until the end calluses overShown: With blue chalk sticks (Senecio mandraliscae)
fleshy succulents and sculptural forms employs a completely different plant palette than a soft, floriferous cottage garden.
“shade tolerant planting - Acacia stenophylla, "Blue Chalk Sticks" (Senecio) and "Flapjacks" (kalanch” — lkarhat
Derviss Design
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Garden Paths and Landscape Steps
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garden of succulents, cannas, ornamental grasses and subtropicals
Lush succulent combinations fro front garden
adding succulents but unsure how that will work since we don't have them anywhere else in our landscaping
succulents on border, canna in back
treated by cutting the affected stems to the ground.
“great use of succulents and tropical flowers” — cindybiskit
Frank & Grossman Landscape Contractors, Inc.
Hillside Medeterranean 03 (Design by Bernard Trainor & Associates)
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suppliers of succulents in your area. I hope this helps!
You're welcome. The great thing about succulents like this, too, is that you can create new ones again and again from cuttings!
these succulents is "FlapJack Kalanchoe". They grow well here is South Texas.
succulents to soften edges of courtyard
Succulents for Kori's Front - Looks like under the ocean
“Succulents” — cremers
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