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[Total: 0   Average: 0/5]You must sign in to vote Our first upload of the grand reveal was one HOT MESS! We went back up and shot it again to do this magnificent installation some justice! Comment down below what you think! It’s Day 4 in Chula Vista!! Your Succulent Tip of the Day! With Laura Eubanks at Design for Serenity. Video Rating: / 5


  • EP Garden 1 year ago

    I love so much your jobs!!! Kisses, from Brazil.

  • Thomas Wampler 1 year ago

    What a dream garden for a cactus lover! How much fun designing and installing you must have had!

  • Felicia Fitzmaurice 1 year ago

    I really love what you do. I'm in the UK but still manage to have a lovely collection of succulents. Please can you tell me if you feed your succulents? Thank you.

  • Maria Galindo 1 year ago

    Wooow!!! I love those talavera statues they look good with the landscape

  • Jac Davis 1 year ago

    Absolutely stunning! One of my favorites!!!

  • arbalc 1 year ago

    Gorgeous outcome and incorporating the talaveras looks amazing. Laura is inspiring!

  • 1sg96 1 year ago

    Would a Joshua tree survive also.

  • 1sg96 1 year ago

    Can the aloe Hercules survive in 9A to 9B zone. I live in Jamestown Ca elev 1421.

  • Laura D 1 year ago

    Thank you for inspiring me! I love everything!!

  • Lake Forest 1 year ago

    Amazing transformation! Such an inspiration and wish I could see this magnificent succulent garden in person. Thank you so much for sharing!

  • Martha Ochoa 1 year ago

    Hi Laura that is so beautiful I was wondering about how tall is the Katrina statue is gorgeous

  • Ericsson erick 1 year ago

    I learned a lot from you Laura and fell in love with succulents because of your introduction and presentation to your fabulous work.

  • James Browne 1 year ago

    did you install drip system irrigation

  • Wake Up 1 year ago

    Wow I'm loving your presentation but the background air, traffic and barking are sooo distracting! I love your sense of humor

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  • Green Gardener 1 year ago

    I love it love it love it. Thanks for sharing to Laura and the team.

  • Patricia Lisowski 1 year ago

    What a shame I live on the East coast!!

  • Giovanni Barranca 1 year ago

    "If a garden needs a phalus, also every garden needs balls, and I adore balls don't you?" Hahaha….

  • Christopher E. Pineda 1 year ago

    OMG I love balls too!

  • Jacob Flippin 1 year ago

    I miss seeing the construction/deconstruction videos.

  • BohoReef 1 year ago

    You all are knocking it out of the park again. You just keep toping yourselves. Amazing.

  • I wonder if I could have a yard like this in Lodi, California?
    It’s stunning.

  • Christmas Snow 1 year ago

    What is the type of soil you have spread on top of the garden soil at the beginning of the video? Is it loam?

  • Tim Turner 1 year ago

    Looks so beautiful!

  • Talya Vaks 1 year ago

    I love you

  • nutterxue 1 year ago

    Laura, for huge pots, do you fill the entire thing with soil?? Or are there fillers under the soil?

  • Alma Garcia 1 year ago

    Hi Laura, I live in the Houston area, do you think any of those succulents would survive the cold weather ?..or are there any cold resistant succulants?..thank you.

  • Samantha 1 year ago

    gorgeous!! im curious as to why do the barrel cacti have dark spots at the top?

  • Donna L Smith 1 year ago

    Wow, a very noisy backyard

  • toeknee 80 1 year ago

    what type of soil are you using

  • Víctor Brito 1 year ago

    Good job!

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