Cacti fence.

Oh my God. How brilliant! Love this! I'm not generally a fan of prickly cacti, but as a fence, it is not only very sculptural, but very strategic as well! Cacti fence at Oaxaca Botanical Garden, Mexico

Pachycereus marginatus, Marginatocereus marginatus.  Pipe Organ, Fence Post Cactus  Native to Mexico, Oaxaca Botanical Garden

different walkway lining, drought tolerant anyway Pachycereus marginatus, Marginatocereus marginatus. Pipe Organ, Fence Post Cactus Native to Mexico, Oaxaca Botanical Garden

shapes + shades of cacti

l-echappee-belle: * (the poetry of material things)

this is so awesome! think of other shapes you could do!

A Succulent Sensation / May 2014 eNewsletter Hundreds of Echeveria ‘Imbricata’ were used to create this giant lizard sculpture, perfectly placed on a slightly mounded berm for better drainage.

Organic Sculpture: This multi-terraced recycled Corten steel structure overflows with spectacular succulents from all over the world.  From HGTV.com's Garden Galleries

This organic sculpture is on permanent display in Sydney’s Royal Botanic Gardens. It is a multi-terraced, recycled Corten steel structure overflowing with spectacular succulent specimens from all over the world.

Simplicity in Design.  Vertical-growing San Pedro cacti (Cereus peruvianus) form the backdrop of the composition, with Agave ‘Blue Glows’ offering complementary color. “The contrasting form reflects the same rhythm as the San Pedros,” notes Winters. The golden barrels add drama and draw the eye to the foreground.

Simplicity in Design. Vertical-growing San Pedro cacti (Cereus peruvianus) form the backdrop of the composition, with Agave offering complementary color. contrasting form reflects the same rhythm as the San notes

William Joyce Design Southern California Vineyard

William Joyce Design Southern California Vineyard - contemporary - landscape - san diego - by William Joyce Design. William Joyce Design The Aeonium would do fine in partial shade, but the Salvia prefers sun.

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