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Lavishly illustrated with over 300 photographs, Designing with Succulents gives design and cultivation basics for paths, borders, slopes, and containers; hundreds of succulent plant recommendations; and descriptions of 90 easy-care, drought-tolerant companion plants. Beginners and experienced designers, landscapers, and collectors alike will find what they need to visualize, create, and nurture the three-dimensional work of art that is the succulent garden.

Topics: Gardening, Design, California, and How-To Guides

Published: Timber Press an imprint of Workman eBooks on
ISBN: 9781604692969
List price: $22.95
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