Sexy Succulents (Tasty Too?)

With a night or two of freezes recently (before returning to 80ºF/26ºC temps) I had to move several potted succulents into the garage.

This gave me a good chance to look at most of them. They're quite beautiful after a season outside!


It's difficult to really appreciate these during the muggy heat of summer, but now I can stand and stare in comfort for as long as I want! (Except when freezing temps are approaching with the darkness)

The yucca that I cut to the ground has come back looking fresh and wonderful:

Here it is with the big potted Agave:

So much blue! (That agave did so well in partial shade this year. It did not like full sun!)

Miscellaneous pots on the south side of the house:

It turns out that they not only look great...

...they may be tasty too!

(None of these look nearly as good indoors)


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Evan Bean  – (November 7, 2017 at 7:54 PM)  

Frosty lows followed by highs in the 80's. Talk about whiplash!

Gerhard Bock (Succulents and More)  – (November 10, 2017 at 11:29 AM)  

Many agaves actually prefer partial shade, especially those naturally growing among trees. Yours look great!

Peter/Outlaw  – (November 13, 2017 at 4:54 PM)  

So pretty after their summer vacation. Oh well, back inside for the winter.

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