4,648 succulents Home Design Photos

Singing Gardens
7 Reviews
Driftwood DIY
Love the driftwood. Always love succulents.
drift wood succulent holder...Succulent centerpiece...unique way to plant succulents...DIY succulent arrangement...Succulent plants in drift...love driftwood and succulents too......driftwood succulents...Succulents in driftwood...Succulent in wood...growing succulents on wood
“driftwood” — joysideas
Loudoun County Interior Design Firm
We created our interior design and redecorating firm to show people that their dream house is attainable. Our true passion is to create a home that is functional and beautiful.
Donna Lynn - Landscape Designer
Succulent Wall Planters
adding contrast 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
Vertical succulent frames by dining area
Succulents, color palette for guest suite
Succulent frames from Flora Grubb Gardens
act Echeveria easily handles the heat as it cools down a garden. This succulent is evergreen and produces summer flowers on long inflorescences. Echeveria
“I can create a double sided fence” — hisfirstlove
Phillips Garden
water-wise succulents used as ground cover.
Like low maintenance succulent rock garden
succulent bed under second story porch...Some succulents...succulents and the "pink" plants...Succulents and flowers...Succulents/ground cover
“plant combo” — pamoolan
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
low water garden with colorful foliage of succulents & grasses
i live in La Paz mexico , we are now working on landscaping our backyard. i love the succulents because they
like the tall succulent and the whole look of the group
accents - dramatic, boulder and succulents
what is the succulent in the front..t...red trimmed succulents and grass rounds
“the mounded plants next to the concrete and the red-edged one” — guyi
Joni L. Janecki & Associates, Inc.
Palo Alto 2
though it’s not as cold hardy as some others profiled here. Unlike some succulents, Echeveria flowers year after year. Provide it with full sun and low water
succulent success; color palette...delicious!
Succulent Garden...Easy to care for succulents...I do love succulents....SUCCULENTS ARE EVERY GARDENER'S DREAM....echeveria succulant...Stone plant holder and succulent.
“Succulent” — Cynthia Seitz
Urban Nature / Troy Silva Design Group
Romantic Sanctuary, La Jolla, CA
String of Bananas The second trailing succulent species
Use 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 is called String of Bananas (Senecio radicans); it
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
“Potted planter” — sophiavl
Singing Gardens
7 Reviews
Frontyard Landscape Ideas - Succulent Gardens Design
Frontyard Landscape Ideas - Succulent Gardens Design
everything. Succulents are a very easy plant to grow. If you want to add an exotic look to your garden, they are the way to go. Planting a succulent garden
What is the name of the taller succulent in the back left with the red edges?? It's so beautiful!
Nice front yard succulent garden next to sidewalk
except for the hidden coral tipped succulent with the stalk on the left. :)
Nice assortment of succulent but they need more space
“Perfect low water garden” — 1234ward
Kate Michels Landscape Design
4 Reviews
Mediterranean Garden
Reddish succulents combined with green ones.
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
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
like the succulents - not cheap
“for the opening in my backyard” — georgiam63
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