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This is the one I got! My zone, 9b!

bought 2 from Annie's Annuals. I had one before, but the super cold weather we had killed it. It had lasted YEARS before the freeze!

bought from Annie's Annuals

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Laura's agave in black. Love the glass mulch she chose too! I have a cutting from this same plant I got from Laura last year. better do this bowl idea!

Red Planted Pitcher

Laura's agave in black. Love the glass mulch she chose too!

Succulent wreath....lovely

Garden photojournalist and author Debra Lee Baldwin shows how to combine red, orange and green succulents in a wide, shallow pot. It all comes together quickly (in under five minutes). Debra provides a list of plants, explains why she chose them and their qualities and uses. Filmed in midwinter when many succulents exhibit reddened leaves. Locat...

Contrast! From my book, Succulent Container Gardens I have this same pot, currently empty. Gotta put something orange in it.

Great blog on succulents. I like the leaves arranged nicely.

Clear container showing pretty rocks

build it up, great way to add interest/vines to the side of a plain wall. This would be great for Tom's tomatoes

ABC das Suculentas: a rainbow planting!

I want this one!

Succulent Plant Balls You Won’t Want to Throw—A DIY on how to make one.

concrete leaves used as decorative splash block Oh, I want these in our front yard!

Kalanchoe diagremontiana

I want to make one of these!