Jacklyn Curry Design | Landscape Design | Landscape Architecture | San Luis Obispo County | Los Angeles | Sustainable
 A generous 6-foot wide entry walkway consisting of poured in place concrete pads connected by ribbons of gravel, welcomes guests and creates distinct planting areas for several species of agave, aloe, and other succulents.

Valley Glen Succulent Garden

Valley Glen Succulent Garden

 A generous 6-foot wide entry walkway consisting of poured in place concrete pads connected by ribbons of gravel, welcomes guests and creates distinct planting areas for several species of agave, aloe, and other succulents.

A generous 6-foot wide entry walkway consisting of poured in place concrete pads connected by ribbons of gravel, welcomes guests and creates distinct planting areas for several species of agave, aloe, and other succulents.

 The inspiration for this garden design came from the desire to utilize the owner’s 30-year-old collection of potted cacti and succulents.

The inspiration for this garden design came from the desire to utilize the owner’s 30-year-old collection of potted cacti and succulents.

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 Low (36”) walls were designed with narrow planting areas to soften the sidewalk and with open corners, separating the garden from the public sidewalk and yet retaining the friendly, open feeling of the neighborhood.

Low (36”) walls were designed with narrow planting areas to soften the sidewalk and with open corners, separating the garden from the public sidewalk and yet retaining the friendly, open feeling of the neighborhood.

 The predominantly blue-grey plant palette seems to cool the garden even in triple-digit summer heat.

The predominantly blue-grey plant palette seems to cool the garden even in triple-digit summer heat.

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