My Succulent Garden
These days my succulent garden is undergoing major changes – in fact a major re-design primarily because of a small construction project. Because of the new construction, I had to squeeze my succulent garden and give away some 475 sq.ft. of space. I am experimenting with rest of the space and trying to accommodate as many plants as I can. Here is a sneak preview of my succulent garden. I will post a detailed virtual tour of my succulent garden later. By the way, it is a roof-top succulent garden.
Lovely – I can’t wait for more pics! I’m so partial to terracotta pots; you have some really great ones with the great textural plants – I see some Agave – what else is there?
Thanks, more pics coming soon. The section in this picture is reserved for Agaves. I am planning separate sections for Aloes, Howarthias and Cacti. Most large plants are potted in terracotta pots. I prefer terracotta for large specimens.
I totally agree with you – the weight of the terracotta pots is a real asset when the plant is twice your size. Looking good, can’t wait to see what else you have!
Here goes the first installment of virtual tour to my succulent garden – http://www.thelovelyplants.com/virtual-tour-of-my-succulent-garden-part-i/