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Della said in answer to 'fun question; what does your ideal garden look like?'

"Lush, with ferns, bamboo, native wild flowers (forgetmenot, viola, lilies, hawksbeard, buttercup. Mixed with foxglove, lupin, iris, peony.

THEN; On the other side of the yard: BC rock garden with succulents carpeting the ground and raised rock beds. I have water on the east of property, and sand and extreme heat on the west.


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Rita says; "I have roses, camellias, palm trees, almond tree, blood orange bush, and in pots: pear; nectarine; tangerine; Christmas cactus. Those are in backyard. The front yard is mainly geranium incantum (beautiful now) and some other bushes that at the moment I can't remember.

To the right of the front yard driveway there's two ornamental orange blossom bushes (tree size now because they've been there for going on 30 years); rosemary; and something that looks like weeds at first then burst w/pink blowaway flowers that look like spring."

This sounds blissful - how lucky that you're gardening in a lovely warm climate, to be able to grow all those luscious plants.

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I'm partial to succulents...and have removed my front lawn and planted ground covers, succulents, drought tolerant. I'm interested in the care of large succulents--how to keep them healthy and not always have so many dead leaves around the bottom--do you remove those or are they a protection? Any info. on the succs! Thank you!

80% can be accomplished with succulents, natives, drought tolerant, species and right plant right spot. I love to see how succulents can be used in landscape gardening and not just projects and pots. I live on Salt Spring Island. Lots and lots of dappled shade, rocky ledges, great drainage :) Great work keep it up!

Love container pants cause if I have to move their easy to move with me also with containers I can rearrange them. which helps me a lot with mydepression.

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