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Not all succulents are created equal, and some are simply not suited for long-term landscape functionality due to sensitivity to frost or heat, or to high care requirements. Here is a list of some tough succulents that have been proven to succeed in a California landscape.

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This propagation mandala is a fun way to display your cuttings while they root.

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Learn how to plant your own succulent shot glass favors for weddings and special events.

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"Succulent Gardens East" correspondent Katie spent a week in Disney World searching for succulents. (In between repeatedly riding "It's a Small World.")

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We're excited to announce our San Francisco Flower & Garden Show display garden for 2016, "Urban Oasis," a collaboration with Treeline Designz.

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Lotsa Agaves in flower at the nursery right now! 

There are numerous sizes, forms, and colors of these gorgeous plants. Here are some of our favorites.

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One reason to grow succulents is that they require less water than most other landscape plants. They do still need some water, though. Learn how to set your irrigation system specifically for succulents.

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It's easier than ever to make your own gorgeous shade succulent gardens. Read on for our foolproof recipe for indoor succulent containers.

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Think outside the box!

Adorable dish gardens in the new geometric planters--only at Succulent Gardens.

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Learn how to pair succulents with other landscape plants with this collection from Succulent Gardens Creative Director Julia Bell.

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