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[Total: 0    Average: 0/5] You must sign in to vote See how Jeff Pavlat and Ray Clayton turned a treacherous slope into limestone terraces, patios and staircases. To plant them, Jeff wanted deer resistant plants that needed little water and care. Through the Austin Cactus & Succulent Society, he found a passion for succulents and cacti, including Southwestern natives and specimens from around the world. For design impact, he clusters groups of plants against central standouts in each bed, alternating strong textures with softer plants. Jeff designed an upper story patio to feature aloes and a millstone fountain in a Japanese-inspired setting. In a greenhouse, he tends less cold hardy specimens. They tamed a water-collecting slope at the front door with a pond. Video Rating: / 5

19 Comments

  • Julia Feliciano 3 years ago

    Wow so beautiful!

  • ApocalypticStorms 3 years ago

    You can move a cactus and agave but not a yucca. Yucca do not transplant well.

  • Shirbie Whitman 3 years ago

    Do you have any manfreda macho macha?

  • Kathy Smith 3 years ago

    Wow! this is pretty spectacular!!!

  • Amin ROSSIGNOL 3 years ago

    Amazing limestone designs, and of course the cactus plants are just gorgeous !!!

  • Garden Sheds Devon 3 years ago

    What a fantastic garden! I love the limestone terraces. However, it is very inspiring to those who really love and are enthusiast in gardening. The landscaping is perfectly done. 

  • AkiraElric1985 3 years ago

    Very nice ! Love your place , Love you cacti, thx for sharing.

  • Hoda Gibreel Osman 3 years ago

    These plants are long lasting and seems does not die, for as long as they are on the soil, they just keep growing. I have some but indoor or patio succulents, and they are beautiful and just arrange it well. I love your collections, only the interested people admire the beauty of cacti and succulents…thanks for sharing.

  • Rachel Bensabat 3 years ago

    so happy for you.love it stunning.and you have a lovely collection of plants.

  • silkee99 3 years ago

    Can you give me info on how to join his club, please

  • neicy jackson 3 years ago

    Wow wow wow! The best video I've seen on succulents. Beautiful yard!!!!! A+

  • belen6603 3 years ago

    Beautiful plants n love ur garden!! U did a great job very creative ((:

  • Dennis Nakashima 3 years ago

    You have a beautiful yard! I like the pond.

  • @Peteyperth It is Agave angustifolia v. marginata. It's somewhat cold tender so in Zone 8, it should be covered in winter.

  • Peteyperth 3 years ago

    Can someone tell me the name of the large plant at 7:46 ?

  • cop spanker 3 years ago

    i wish i was rich….

  • gbarriga1 3 years ago

    nice good job

  • randystotler 3 years ago

    I JUST HAVE TO SAY WOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Duro boyss 3 years ago

    Hello
    Can you show us, how you build the walls,
    what kind of soil did you use and how much you spent?
    Thank you very much

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