Succulent Plants

Shaping a Garden

Mljones78 added on September 21, 2017 | Answered

My mother has always wanted a succulent garden in her front yard in the shape of Texas. Without hiring a professional landscaper, how would I accomplish this shape in the easiest and most appealing manor?

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Answered on September 22, 2017

It seems the easiest way would be to outline the shape, and plant within the shape. If you have enough plants to fill that out, then it will be easier. If you do not, then plant them evenly spaced, and continue to prune the plants until they fill out. After, keep anything that falls outside of the boarder trimmed off.

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