Unlike most of the country, some of the hottest days of the year are still yet to come for Southern California and the rest of the Southwest. Hot, dry winds are brutal on plants, but especially those growing in containers. They dry out plants faster than the plant can draw up water through its roots, so no amount of extra watering will help. That’s what got me thinking that colorful succulents could be a great, low-maintenance choice for Fall.
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