Monday, September 1, 2014

Part V | San Diego | Succulents and Tropicals

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Doesn't the Senecio look like a Sea Anemone? Sunset Magazine has an article written by Debra Lee Baldwin titled, How to create a sea-creature succulent garden." This look could be achieved in cooler climates using containers. 

Succulents
Aloe
Astroloba
Chamaealoe
Gasteria
Haworthia
Lomatophyllum
Poellnitzia






Visiting San Diego

Part I San Diego Zoo | Balboa Park | Erythrina​​
Part II San Diego Zoo | Balboa Park | Pollinator Habitat​
Part III San Diego Zoo | Balboa Park | Hawaiian Native Plant Garden
Part IV​ San Diego | Lavender Farms
Part V San Diego | Succulents and Tropicals
​Part VI San Diego | Iris, Bird of Paradise, Cactus, Desert, White Sage
Part VII San Diego | Cabrillo National Monument Old Point Loma Lighthouse
Part VIII San Diego | Exotic Plants
Part IX San Diego | Trees
Part X | San Diego | Coronado Island
Part XI San Diego | Making Music with Exotic Woods | Taylor Guitars
Part XII San Diego | Vineyard and Winery
Part XIII San Diego | Fort Rosecrans National Cemetery
Architecture and Design in San Diego