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This is an example of a mediterranean courtyard landscaping in San Diego.

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This is an example of a mediterranean courtyard landscaping in San Diego. —  Houzz
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    Noelle Johnson Landscape Consulting added this to How Succulents Can Solve Your Garden ProblemsApr 18, 2017

    Foxtail agave (Agave attenuata), snake flower (Bulbine frutescens) and aeonium create a lush green planting underneath California pepper trees (Schinus molle). Before planting succulents, it’s important to know a few things. There are many kinds of succulents. Some thrive in full sun, while others prefer shade; many love warm climates, but a number can be grown in cold regions as well. It’s important to note the USDA zone and recommended sun exposure of each succulent before you add it to your garden. All succulents require well-drained soil, as they will not survive for long in soggy conditions. Succulents do need water, unless they are cactuses (which are a type of succulent). A general guideline is to water them deeply and then let the soil completely dry out before watering again. Replace thirsty lawns. We may enjoy the bright green color of lawns, but they take a lot of water and require frequent maintenance in the forms of fertilizing and mowing. Replacing grass with succulents is a great way to reduce water usage and garden maintenance. There are many bright green succulents that can re-create that lush appearance of a lawn. If cool blue-gray hues are more your style, there are succulents for that too. Visit your local nursery to see what types of succulents do well in your area, and choose those that you like best and fit the sun exposure that your front yard receives.How to Replace Your Lawn With a Garden

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    pvlee2 added this to Front YardMar 6, 2019

    like succulents arranged so not arid (dessert) looking. But would like rocks integrated a bit.

    Tatiana Birgisson added this to Tatiana's ideasJan 19, 2019

    Live the “in a forest” feel yet easy maintenance and enjoyable with path

    b stjohn added this to Genova LandscapingJan 12, 2019

    look and feel..back yard probably too small

    Monica added this to Monica's yard ideasJan 11, 2019

    LOVE this California Pepper tree!!!! I want one in our yard!!!!

    Tiffany Jumaily added this to 1072 stearnsDec 7, 2018

    this is a great low wall. still inviting, but gives a sense of privacy.

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