Vertical GardensContemporary Garden, Brisbane

Photo By Johanna MacMinn

Photo of a mid-sized contemporary backyard formal garden in Brisbane. —  Houzz
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My Verandah added this to Top 10 Succulents for Subtropical Gardens11 June 2015

1. Century plant (Agave attenuata)The century plant is one of Australia’s most popular succulents because of its ability to thrive and flourish in many different environments. Pictured above as the star of a vertical garden, Agave species are equally at home in pots or garden beds. Their low-growing rosette form is tidy and easy to care for. Agaves are wonderful plants for time-poor gardeners because they require little attention to look their best.STAR QUALITY: Easy care

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Tanya Ellis added this to BALCONY26 December 2018

. Century plant (Agave attenuata) The century plant is one of Australia’s most popular succulents because of its ability to thrive and flourish in many different environments. Pictured above as the star of a vertical garden, Agave species are equally at home in pots or garden beds. Their low-growing rosette form is tidy and easy to care for. Agaves are wonderful plants for time-poor gardeners because they require little attention to look their best. STAR QUALITY: Easy care

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blackcath added this to Water Wise Gardens25 July 2015

Love all of the plants in this photo