Monthly Archives: April 2012

orostachys

Cool stuff here. Orostachys spinosa, and offspring. (Yes, I could have brushed all the pine needles and stuff away, but I’m going for the natural look.) Orostachys minuta. Something vaguely alien-claw-looking about the inner leaves. Some of the online literature … Continue reading

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planting in a dry garden

This is just one way. Works for planting during a drought, too. Nice root system on this one. (Penstemon incertus from Agua Fria Nursery.) If the roots were coiled at the base, I would gently tease them apart with a … Continue reading

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