Cathy Isom lets you know how you can add a little magic, intrigue, and uniqueness to your garden. That’s coming up on This Land of Ours.
Succulents are geometrical plants that can be used as a centerpiece, as a houseplant, as well as incorporated in edging and container gardens.
They do well in dryer climates, require only minimal watering, and can take higher temperatures as well. There are so many varieties of succulents, with diverse shapes, sizes, and colors. Here are a just a few ideas to get you started, if you’re looking to add a little magic, intrigue and uniqueness either indoors or outside. A garden can be created in something as simple as an unused bowl, an old tree stump, used berry baskets or old birdcages. Add a succulent garden to an unused outdoor fountain, or perhaps adding to your autumn decorations by taking a pumpkin and topping it with several succulents.
I’m Cathy Isom…