Free-Range Succulents

At Lotusland (USDA zone 10), it was thrilling to see succulents set free from ceramic pots to creep and spill over rocks. Increasingly, even in frost-free gardens, succulents have become the darlings of container designs, but where they can overwinter outdoors it’s great to be reminded of the incredible synergy of succulents and stone.







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5 Responses to Free-Range Succulents

  1. Kathy says:

    Beautiful shots Denise !

  2. Denise says:

    Kathy, the light was good here, wasn’t it? Hope the drive back home wasn’t too exhausting.

  3. laguna dirt says:

    a succulent version of “born free.” i agree, so interesting just to see their natural growth in an organic setting.

  4. Denise says:

    LD, you so “get” my feeble humor!

  5. Isn’t it amazing – there are no bad combinations with succulents. A group of succulents with nothing in common that you would never put together look so fantastic. Love the colours and the blooms.

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