With their striking forms and eye-catching colors, succulents have an otherworldly appeal that has made them popular additions to cocktail tables, desks, and windowsills. But they have a practical selling point, too: They require less water than almost any plant around, making them an especially good pick for yards in drier regions of the country. “I use succulents in almost every garden we create,” says renowned Los Angeles landscape designer Judy Kameon of Elysian Landscapes. “The endless variety of colors, textures, and silhouettes offers year-round interest with a modicum of maintenance.” Here, she shares her tips for playing up succulents’ star power in your own outdoor space.
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