Succulent Garden at the Getty Museum


The Getty Center buildings and gardens cover 24 acres and require 32 full-time gardeners to keep them looking beautiful. Beside the usual landscaping, trees, blooming flowers and the like, the Getty Center also includes a special garden that's almost as much a work of art as it is a garden in the traditional sense.(Source:

Pathway by Succulents (by Portrait Artist - Enzie Shahmiri)

Since California is experiencing one of it's worst drought seasons, I have been contemplating about how I can incorporate succulents into some areas of my front yard to cut down on water usage. What better place then to look at the variety of succulents and their arrangements as planted at the J. Paul Getty Museum garden.

Succulent Garden (by Portrait Artist - Enzie Shahmiri)

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