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I like this so many ideas here!  use straw mat instead of rock and/or possibility of planting strawberries or sedum on vertical spaces

I like this so many ideas here! use straw mat instead of rock and/or possibility of planting strawberries or sedum on vertical spaces

Sempervivums growing out of a piece of wood?! Now THAT is something unique that I can afford!

Sempervivums growing out of a piece of wood?! Now THAT is something unique that I can afford!

Echeveria taurus red- this one is likely real. Saw fake ones at Hobby Lobby & I intend to doctor one up with fuschia paints. Using sponge daubers.

Echeveria taurus red- this one is likely real. Saw fake ones at Hobby Lobby & I intend to doctor one up with fuschia paints. Using sponge daubers.

Astrophytum: also on my wish list. :)

Astrophytum: also on my wish list. :)

Sedum Matrona recommended by Adrain Bloom. Cut back stems to half the height mid-late June to get stronger stems. Same with New England Asters and Sedum Autumn Joy. Learned that today.

Sedum Matrona recommended by Adrain Bloom. Cut back stems to half the height mid-late June to get stronger stems. Same with New England Asters and Sedum Autumn Joy. Learned that today.

Sedum ‘Autumn Joy’  I have these spread out in all of my gardens.  They add some nice color to the gardens after most other plants have passed.

Sedum ‘Autumn Joy’ I have these spread out in all of my gardens. They add some nice color to the gardens after most other plants have passed.

Hanging Sedum morganianum... now if I could just keep dividing mine I might have something like this sometime down the road!

Hanging Sedum morganianum... now if I could just keep dividing mine I might have something like this sometime down the road!

A living headdress of donkey's-tail sedum (S. morganianum), a succulent, drapes gracefully from the top of this wall-hung figural planter. | Photo: Mark Lohman | thisoldhouse.com

A living headdress of donkey's-tail sedum (S. morganianum), a succulent, drapes gracefully from the top of this wall-hung figural planter. | Photo: Mark Lohman | thisoldhouse.com

donkey ready for carrot

donkey ready for carrot