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Garden design ideas for low-water, easy-care succulent plants by book author Debra Lee Baldwin

Crassula Graptopetalum: Also known as Ghost Plant. Pale gray with pinkish cast. Fleshy, plump leaves form an attractive rosette. Tender soft succulent - will not tolerate frost. Great for living wreath or wedding. $4.50

Graptopetalum paraguayense - Ghost Plant, Mother of Pearl Plant

Aloe — Dramatic flower spikes, mid-winter through spring, are hot hues of orange or yellow. This photo shows aloes in bloom at the Huntington Botanical Gardens in January. Gel-filled, tapered and serrated leaves of many aloes form starfish-like rosettes. Species range from a few inches in diameter to tall trees. Aloe arborescens, a common garden plant throughout Southern California, is an excellent fire-retardant succulent for wildfire-prone areas. Frost-tender.

Aloes in bloom in January at the Huntington Botanical Gardens, San Marino, CA

Mezoo Livingstone Daisy (In my current garden) ... [Full/partial Sun/shade, USDA 9 to 11, AHS 9 to 1, Moderate moisture, Drought tolerant]

Mezoo Livingstone Daisy (In my current garden) . [Full/partial Sun/shade, USDA 9 to AHS 9 to Moderate moisture, Drought tolerant]

Senecio serpens 'Blue Chalksticks'

Senecio Mandraliscae Blue Chalk SticksBlue chalk sticks is an attractive easy care succulent with chalky blue-green finger shaped leaves. This plant works well in borders, containers and rock gardens. Can also be used as a house plant.

  Crassula conjuncta   A beautiful Crassula with silvery-white triangular leaves rimmed in red. Forms columns to 20cm tall. Sun/part sun.

 Crassula conjuncta  A beautiful Crassula with silvery-white triangular leaves rimmed in red. Forms columns to tall.

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