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In the Neighborhood

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Our front succulents

It’s not too flashy or full of really cool succulents. I tucked some graptopetalum in two years ago, and they were all snipped out within a month. Lame succulent stealers!

Aeoniums and friends

This funky little succulent container garden is a block down the road on La Playa Street.

The annex

More aeoniums!

This front space is around the corner from the last little arrangement. Aeoniums LOVE it here in Outer Sunset. Maybe it’s all the summer fog out here.

P.S. If you live in the Bay Area, and looking for something fun to do today check out Indie Mart this afternoon. We’ll be helping out with the terrarium table this afternoon. There’s going to be a life sized terrarium, tons of cool people selling cool stuff, beer, bands and more!

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  1. I love seeing the succulents in San Francisco area. I think it must be the fog too! Even as cool as it gets at Pier 39 they grow so well. Those are some wonderful succulents growing there. The aeoniums are blooming! Love to see that. I can’t believe that people clip them off and steel them completely. How rude!

  2. Such amazing sux! I love aeoniums too! Wish I lived in the Bay Area!!! Dream come true, it would be :) Hope you had fun at the terrarium table!!!

  3. Very nice pics. Your front succulents are beautiful!

  4. I am trying to find out the name of the plant in the second picture in the top left that looks like a tentacled star. any help would be greatly appreciated. thanks!

  5. Hi Megan! I thought that aloe was aloe spinosissima or ‘spider aloe’. But you have a closer look than I do!

    Take care,
    Candy

  6. We helped my aunt move a while back and I took a cutting of her hens-and-chicks home with me. Living in an apartment at the time my mother planted the cutting. It’s still growing there strong for when I get a garden of my own. I love the way they grow, they are beautiful!
    Again, your pictures are beautiful!

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