Their Succulent Slope Vs. My Succulent Slope

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This is the effect I am aiming for.  Mine doesn't look any where near as good, though as my plants grow larger, my slope may improve.  Should I add a few boulders?  Perhaps with flat tops, carefully placed, boulders could act as stepping stones, creating a safe way to traverse the slope to weed.

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It's going to take years before any of my Aloes look this spectacular:
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My plants are all still youngsters.

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The weirdly bluey-gooey color is because it was raining when I took these pictures
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It's wise to leave space between plants, but I must endure negative space until the plants grow large.
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Okay, that's it for Rancho Soledad pictures. Now, what do I blog about when it's pouring rain?

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Comments

  1. Ah but your slope actually looks darn good! Blink and they'll all be grown up soon enough.

    Oh about garden blogging in the rain...welcome to my world.

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  2. Really like these hillside treatments , and a big improvement from back in the day when I was a Socal-gal and it was iceplant all the way. As for what to blog about when it's raining ? This is a dilemma I might have all winter if Oct Nov and December are any indication.

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