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debora carl landscape design
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gardencrest
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I believe the groundcover you are asking about is sedum rupestre 'Angelina'. A wonderful succulent groundcover.
Sedum rupestre Angelina ....yellow succulent ground cover
They are winter growers and may go into dormancy in summer, especially in extremely warm climates. Aeonium are more tolerant of moisture than other succulents, actually preferring the soil to remain a little moist. Prevent the soil from drying out completely but take care to not overwater. Aeonium do well
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Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
1 Review
Palo Alto
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Aeonium, it is a succulent, in the back is bamboo, possibly Alphonse Karr clumping.
Use of succulent flower-type in garden beds
what are these cool plants? Aeonium (succulents)
succulents are huge!
Aeonium (succulents)
bunch of succulents in pot
Bamboo and succulents
awesome succulents for front yard.
Aeoinum ? Succulent...Succulent garden...Succulents big
“Aeonium” — Vanesa Serini
Antonio Martins Interior Design
9 Reviews
Potrero HIll
Ideabooks4,418
Questions3
The succulent appears to be a kind of sempervivum http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sempervivum_calcareum
The succulents look like flower arrangements!
love these succulents and the unique coffee tables
Ground cover/succulents
succulent arrangements
Succulent arrangement
Hens and chickens succulent
succulents & table heights
succulent flower arrangements
the succulent pots are great
The succulents...succulent plants
“Mossy carpet” — sgalbrai
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
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absolutely beautiful. I'm in Chattanooga TN so don't know how well the Paddle Plant would do here, but I'm in love with all of them. I have several succulents but all relatively small compared to this show stopper. Great design.
I think I love giant succulents
Like the uniqueness of the succulents.
plant captures your fancy; sometimes it's a family of plants. Either way, feature that passion in your garden design. In this case, it's a mix of succulents, thoughtfully placed to highlight the uniqueness of each type of plant while still fitting together in a seamless fashion.
“Plants” — antonellaschaub
Donna Lynn - Landscape Designer
Succulent Wall Planters
Ideabooks1,668
Questions1
to the predominantly blue - tone succulents. planters: Bright Green plants: the Succulent Source @ Etsy photo: Donna Lynn
lynnlandscapedesign.com - Two succulent wall planters add interest to a bare fence in a garden room setting. Tecoma smithii, planted in a pot that sits on the patio below, is being trained to grow between and eventually above the two planters - it's green foliage and orange flowers adding contrast to
Vertical succulent frames by dining area
Escheverias create a living wall of low maintenance succulents in a sunny spot
Succulent frames from Flora Grubb Gardens or locally at Chicweed on Cedros
Vertical succulent frames against courtyard blank wall facing seating
Native to semidesert regions of Mexico, Central America and South AmericaCompact Echeveria easily handles the heat as it cools down a garden. This succulent is evergreen and produces summer flowers on long inflorescences. Echeveria ranges in shades of blue to gray and even dusty purple. Top picks include
“Great idea for fence cover” — skshott
Kate Michels Landscape Design
4 Reviews
Mediterranean Garden
Ideabooks3,653
Questions2
this reminds me of one of the little parts of the Getty garden path. Reddish succulents combined with green ones.
love succulents now. my first year nursing them and they are now my new favorite easy to care for plants!
Succulents tend to need less water than most other outdoor plants. But be wary when using terra-cotta pots — they tend to dry out most quickly. To see if your plants need to be watered, place your finger a centimeter or two below the soil. If it's moist, no water is needed.More fuss-free ways to garden
Plant NeedsReading the plant’s tag should tell you if it prefers moist, medium or dry soil. Cacti and other succulents, like in the container shown here, prefer the soil to completely dry out between waterings. If watered too often, these plants will decline. Some plants, such as many tropicals
“Water saving plants.” — Florencio Ignacio
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
Ideabooks22,222
Questions5
low water garden with colorful foliage of succulents & grasses
what is the succulent in the front..t
i live in La Paz mexico , we are now working on landscaping our backyard. i love the succulents because they dont take a lot of water and here we have water issues.
succulent in front with red on leaves
Much color and low water with succulents and grasses
I like the succulents with the grasses and agaves
“Nice blend of low water plants” — Overseas Real Estate
Urban Nature / Troy Silva Design Group
Romantic Sanctuary, La Jolla, CA
Ideabooks3,161
Questions1
mandralisae, Juncus and lime green succulent”
giant planter w/ succulents & iceplant
pots filled with succulents and statuary close to the house and structures to add interest without adding fuel for fire.
String of BananasThe second trailing succulent species of interest
radicans); it is native to the Cape Province area of South Africa. As a succulent, its tissues conserve moisture, rendering it well adapted to dry, hot conditions, though it also grows well in tropical conditions, too. Like most succulents, this species is frost tender and cannot withstand freezing temperatures
“Height” — viva9583
How does this look over time? Do the succulents reach toward the sun?
Wondering on the amount of long-term maintenance this will need?
Succulents - Real ones dying looking for realistic fakes.
I recently bought succulents to use as plants in various areas around the house. They are all dying one by one and i can't figure out why. They look...
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