Using succulent plants in garden railroads

Arid, desert, or dry weather garden railroads can still boast of foliage with these water conserving plants.
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A version of this article appeared in the Summer 2020 issue. Most of us know the wonders of chubby, low succulents in railways, namely stonecrop (Sedum spp.), but did you know these fluid-filled plants come in tree form as well? Maybe you have an ar...

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