|Enjoying last minute cuddle time with Lily before she flew back to Michigan.|
With the arrival of winter, some people resign themselves to a boring garden, devoid of interest until spring arrives with its warmer temperatures.
Thankfully, we don’t have to settle for ‘blah’ winter gardens if cold-hardy succulents have a spot to grow in the landscape, many of which can survive temps down to 0 and even -20 degrees F.
|Yucca growing among boulders.|
|Whale’s Tongue Agave (Agave ovatifolia)|
|Toothless Sotol (Dasylirion quadrangulatum)|
Hopefully, you’ll find some of your old favorites and maybe a few new ones.
I recently re-planted my herb container for the cool-season.
I highly recommend planting your own herb container. It is very easy and so fun to be able to harvest your own herbs!