Thursday, September 1, 2016
Photo - Planting a new succulent garden
After removing the old vegetation, heavy duty weed block is laid down to reduce weeds. An "X" is cut in the weed block and the planting hole is dug. After planting the succulent, the hole is backfilled with 50% native soil, 50% cactus mix and 2 cups of GroPower. Give each succulent a good soaking and then install a drip irrigation system.
Photo by Doug Kalal, taken at a client's garden in Fallbrook
By Doug Kalal - September 01, 2016
Recycled glass makes this fire pit table pop. Photo by Doug Kalal, taken at a client's residence in Rancho Bernardo
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