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aborge3 wrote:Jun 23, 2013
  • oberci
    Commonly known as strawberry Tree :)
  • colcom
    How is the root system on this tree? Will this get very big?
sherisue wrote:May 14, 2012
  • jsavallo
    Do you know which species of aeonium? Thanks!
  • mish7191
    maybe 'dinner plate'?
SF Atelier wrote:Dec 8, 2013
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    Willow Glen Design
    Those are the Aeonium talked about above. They are succulents and a beautiful contrast to the Arbutus (Strawberry Tree) behind them.
Alison Guerriere wrote:Jun 25, 2012
  • sj176
    that's try to make contrast of the regular one and also try to create a vivid pavement effect.

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Noelle Johnson Landscape Consulting added this to How Succulents Can Solve Your Garden ProblemsApr 17, 2017

Lush aeonium softens a planting bed surrounded by stone walkways.Plant in beds that don’t have an irrigation system. Planting areas without an irrigation system don’t have to be left empty. Add succulents for a welcome splash of green color, and water infrequently when the top couple of inches of soil are dry.

Jay Sifford Garden Design added this to Unwind in Your Own Private Garden EscapeJun 19, 2013

Similarly, the designer of this space significantly limited the color palette and even the plant shapes to give prominence to texture. You don't need a large space to pull this off; you could easily re-create the look on an apartment balcony.

Frank Organ added this to Unsung Garden Hero: Fantastic FoliageMay 1, 2012

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 to the delicious pink-tinged edging.

Danyelle Mathews added this to Succulents Juice Up Outdoor GardensApr 23, 2012

If you have a small bed in your garden, consider filling it with a propagating succulent variety such as hen and chicks.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

lorobain added this to Trinidad houseOct 9, 2018

succulent plantings front of house

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