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Succulents take center stage at Supper Table Series at lille aeske Gallery.

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 Bursting with new plants, pots, and succulent offerings for Summer!

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This month we feature "Sticks of Fire" as our Succulent Pick. It positively glows in the light!

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 Succulent Gardens' creation for the 2015 Filoli Flower Show. Designed by Julia Bell and inspired by the ruins in Tikal, Guatemala.

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 Now, when you order a succulent wreath or living picture from Succulent Gardens, you'll have access to an exclusive online class that teaches you how to plant and grow your creation. Learn all about our new partnership with GardenTribe.

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Monterey Bay Master Gardeners take a tour and do some spring cleaning at Succulent Gardens. Check in with the 2014 Extravaganza gardens and get tips on what to do with all of those echeveria flowers.

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"We're bringing Julia on board to build a bridge to our landscape clients," says co-owner Megan Rodkin. "She will help us define and round out our landscape inventory and be a resource for landscape professionals who need help incorporating succulent plants into their designs, or those who are new to designing waterwise gardens."

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Robin Stockwell takes a living succulent heart up to the 2015 Northwest Flower and Garden Show. Planted with 15,000 succulents that are hardy to the Pacific Northwest, the Heart will live at Succulent Gardens after the show.

 

 

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Maybe it’s because I’ve just come back from visiting family in Chicago, where winter is a long, bleak stretch of grayness, but when I was walking around the nursery today, I was struck by how many of our succulents are putting up dazzlingly colorful blooms now, in late January.

  

 

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There’s a new showcase at Succulent Gardens: a display bed along Amaral Road where we’ve planted a few dozen examples of large, mature plants.

It’s a mix of tree aloes and agaves, with each plant given enough space that you can see how far its branches spread and take in its full form without other plants crowding into view.

 

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