The garden I am sharing today has been previously posted by Gerhard at Succulents and More , a fellow RBG member and blogger. His stamina was impressive considering that he had recently returned from a lengthy trip to Europe and seemed none worse the wear. Gerhard posted about this garden and as is often the case he has shared much more detail than I . Be sure to visit his blog to learn more, and see wide views of this garden.
This was the smallest garden of the day but packed with interest. It was located in a 70's era neighborhood of small houses and narrow streets , most of which had lawn and a few shrubs . This corner lot featured a splendid mixture of cactus, succulents and xeric plants.
I'm on a mission to acquire 2 Yucca 'Bright Star' to flank a pathway in my back garden. This has proven to be a challenge. I will not be defeated.
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