Succulent Garden Planted!

At long last, I planted my succulent garden this weekend. IMG_1883All of the plants that are in this succulent garden started their lives in containers, living there for a few years. They have now outgrown their containers and rather than getting even larger containers and repotting them, I opted to plant them directly into the ground.

They are now neighbors with some of my French lavender and alstromeria (Peruvian lily) plants.

I’ve wanted to plant a succulent garden for some time but needed to find the right place and after some garden cleanup and removal of spent plants, I found just the spot. Welcome to your new home, succulents!

CONSUMER ALERT UPDATE: There have been reports that alstromeria or Peruvian lily plant is poisonous if it is ingested. Please take care with this plant.  More information on toxic plants can be found here:


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