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love that grant, I use broken terra in a lot of my arrangements.. pics taken and cant down load on to here????
Just got home from a Celebrate Life journey. Got some great pics and memories. Will take some time but got some great pics of Monterey Bay, Pigeon Point lighthouse, Alcatraz, Fisherman's Wharf, Martinez Marina, Yosemite. Hope to share them in some sort of progression.
Grant – that is a beautiful Agave parryi! Every time I see the photos of you gardens I get such enjoyment. Really, you are a masterful landscape artist. Thanks for posting so often!
Most of the people I know who grow Dudlleyas here bring them into the house in the summer. I don't think I am that devoted. However, I particularly like Dudleya pulverulenta ssp. arizonica (Chalk Dudleya) which my picture is.
Yes, Grant, that is a Dudleya that I believe is actually native to Arizona. Here is one of my currently blooming cacti Lobivia winterana.
Nice one Grant! Thanks for sharing!
Just wanted to mention that the CACSS Show & Sale is April 20-22 at the Desert Botanical Garden in Phoenix. Dorrance Hall will be full of identified great cacti and succulents that have been grown by members. In Boppart Courtyard nearby you can buy plants and pots that vendors will be bringing. If you purchase a pot and plant from the sale, there is a free potting service by CACSS. DBG membership or paid Garden admission is required for entry into the show and sale. Hope to see you there!
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