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  • Johnna Hubbard

    succulents planted between stepping stones, would look great in my front yard

  • Jennifer Vickerman

    Succulent garden ideas - love the stepping stones.

  • Margaret Lemmerman

    eclectic landscape Succulant Garden path plus plants

  • Amy Applegate

    Succulents on and around stone steps (front yard). Succulents are great because they are year round plants, don't require tons of water and are very resilient.

  • SIERRA

    Great natural planting of succulents in a stepping stone path....

  • Sarah Lyons

    Succulent garden idea - Maybe plant between our flagstone?

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