Garden Planner: Showy New Succulents

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Looking for some stellar additions to your succulent garden? Garden America radio co-host John Bagnasco and Altman Plants horticulturist Bob Reidmuller, both North County residents, share their top 100 picks in their new book Success With Succulents (Cool Springs Press, $24.99). Among the tantalizing choices—standards to rarities—are some must-have hybrids, many bred in Altman’s Vista facilities. Find them at garden centers and nurseries, including Oasis Water Efficient Gardens, the grower’s retail outlet in Escondido.

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