We created more space in our garden to add a bunch more rock succulent containers.
Above is a succulent container from our last batch. It is still looking awesome. I wish I could say the same for the grass that you can see in the background. It rarely rains in SF during the summer months, and we are conserving H2O this season by not watering the lawn that much.
These rock containers are pretty cool. We scored a bunch of them last winter, and finally getting around to planting the last of them. Megan is tucking a couple more cuttings into the rock bowl.
and…done. This Graptopetalum paraguayense (center) also called Ghost Plant, changes it looks depending how much sunlight it gets.
Now to move on to these cute kangaroo guys.
– Far Our Flora
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