Landscaping Succulent Selection
Planting succulents is an easy option that provides many benefits. The ability to retain moisture in arid climates. These are low-maintenance plants. They can handle neglect, transplanting or poor soil. Different varieties can take from freezing to scorching temperatures and shade to full sun exposures and drought resistant.
Dudleya Lanceolata (Cliff Lettuce, Lanceleaf Liveforever)
This So-Cal native plant is a succulent to be a harbor for hummingbirds and bees, this slow growing plant blooms during the spring and summer, and tolerate rocky / clay surfaces to plant
Sedum spathulifolium (Yellow Stonecrop)
Common in Nor-Cal, tends to grow in hanging or sprawling areas, successful on cliffs or rocky areas, often shaded and grows vibrant yellow flowers during spring and summer seasons. Does not need much water and can survive in fast draining low moisture soil
Polystichum munitum (Western Sword Fern)
- Mature Height
- 2ft. – 6ft.
- Mature Width
- 2ft. -3ft.
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Description:Native to the western end of north America, this fern can thrive in a variety of soils and needs little maintenance with a maximum of 1x/Mo and trimming to live. Found commonly in fully shaded or partly shaded areas.