Succulents are typically grown for their year-round vibrant colors and interesting textures, but their flowers can provide seasonal interest as well! With a little planning, you can enjoy year-round blooms in the succulent landscape by choosing plants for their flowering time. The key is diversity in general.
The Central Valley can be a difficult place for succulents to thrive. Read our guide to selecting succulents that can be successful in extreme conditions.
Dudleya is a genus of succulents endemic (only native here!) to California and Mexico.
Succulents develop dazzling colors as a response to colder temperatures as well as other environmental stresses like changes in water and light during the winter months.