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This is an example of a beach style landscaping in San Luis Obispo.

Back Bay RetreatBeach Style Landscape, San Luis Obispo

This is an example of a beach style landscaping in San Luis Obispo. —  Houzz
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alb1923 wrote:May 19, 2012

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    anniekendall
    Annie Thornton added this to 12 Stylish Ways to Plant Your Summer Container GardensAug 30, 2017

    10. Landscape in miniature. Re-create a garden scene on a smaller scale with a potted composition of succulents with different forms. In this tabletop display, fan aloe (Aloe plicatilis, zones 9 or 10 to 11), sedum and echeveria dot the container like trees and shrubs in a landscape. Crushed glass unifies the scene. Water requirement: LowLight requirement: Full sun

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    Lauren Dunec Design added this to Succulents in Containers: The Ultimate Easy-Care Mini GardenMar 17, 2017

    2. Mini landscape. Create a miniature living garden scene in a shallow container by planting a variety of succulents with different forms. Play around with mimicking a landscape scene as literally or loosely as you like by including a tall, upright succulent — like kalanchoe or fan aloe (Aloe plicatilis) — to represent a tree form, and adding clumps of sedum and rosette-forming echeveria to mimic blooms or shrubs in the design. Cover the soil with dark gravel or blue-green crushed glass to unify the scene.

    anniekendall
    Annie Thornton added this to Add a Touch of Sparkle With Recycled Glass in the GardenAug 31, 2015

    7. Container garden top-dressing. If covering an entire surface or garden bed is just a bit too much for your style or budget, try using pieces of recycled glass as top-dressing for your container garden. It’s a great way to add a bit of color that ties in with the color of your plantings and pots, and it will give the containers a polished look.There are so many fun ways to incorporate recycled glass in the garden. Not only is it attractive, but it’s also a great way to reuse.Tell us: How have you used recycled glass in your garden? Please post a photo in the Comments.MoreExplore Your Garden Personality: The Whimsical GardenerMore guides to landscape design

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    dragonflytcb
    dragonflytcb added this to Succulents & CactiJul 22, 2018

    Nice way to use little green rocks...maybe if I use rocks, use them in more of the space in the planters.

    debiuc
    debiuc added this to Garden IdeasJan 22, 2018

    2. Mini landscape. Create a miniature living garden scene in a shallow container by planting a variety of succulents with different forms. Play around with mimicking a landscape scene as literally or loosely as you like by including a tall, upright succulent — like kalanchoe or fan aloe (Aloe plicatilis) — to represent a tree form, and adding clumps of sedum and rosette-forming echeveria to mimic blooms or shrubs in the design. Cover the soil with dark gravel or blue-green crushed glass to unify the scene.

    rbrtsjack
    Succulent Shop added this to rbrtsjack's ideasNov 3, 2017

    Mini landscape - tall up rt Kalanchoe/fan aloe (Aloe picatillas) rep of tree

    cherylsnap
    cherylsnap added this to cherylsnap's ideasApr 24, 2017

    great idea for echeveria plants.

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