How does your cactus garden grow?

We are one step closer to the magical Baja casa we envisioned when we started this journey.

Latest photos from this past week of our Casa del Lagarto Azul in Loreto, Baja California Sur revealed that the stone walkways are complete and the garden installation has begun. While not complete, the few sculptural desert succulents are starting to beautify the area around our home. We are one step closer to the magical Baja casa we envisioned when we started this journey.

Side yard. We wanted an end-unit home. With the extra side windows now overlooking a sculptural succulent garden taking shape, we were glad we landed on this lot in the community!
Photo taken from what appears to be the front steps of our neighbor's casa. Gives you a better view of the scale of the home and the plants. Over time, the cactus will grow in nicely. I am hoping for a tree still. Will provide shade and add additional height. Would be nice contrast to the white walls of the casa as well.
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Loni Stark is a self-professed foodie, and adventure travel seeker, and yet is also passionate about technology’s impact on business and creativity. She's the host of our Stark Insider video features. It’s been said her laugh can be heard from San Jose all the way to the Golden Gate Bridge. She makes no claims to super powers, although sushi is definitely her Kryptonite. Loni's story...
  • Looks nice. Would be great if they’re all native cacti and succulents that support local wildlife. 

  • Keith

    Looks nice. Would be great if they’re all native cacti and succulents that support local wildlife.