Beach style design guide

Bring the beach home with these coastal-inspired design, decorating, and landscaping ideas

How to create a sea-creature succulent garden

Boldly colored. Drought-tolerant. With the wonderful world of succulents, you can mimic an underwater look with plants

The "seastar"

The "seastar"

Echeveria subrigida ‘Fire and Ice’ 

Leaves with red edges and a nearly iridescent sheen make this succulent appear to glow like a seastar in a sunlit tidepool. Echeverias tend to stretch with too little light, so give this large (18-inch-wide) echeveria sun or bright shade. Here, a colony of ghost plants (Graptopetalum paraguayense) surrounds it.

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