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Lettuces, Growing Walls and Debra Lee Baldwin Interview

June 17, 2010

Fresh-picked lettuces and salad greens. Dynamic growing walls. And sensational succulents of all types. These are a few topics you’ll find Nest In Style co-hosts Teresa O’Connor and Jayme Jenkins discussing in this episode.

Don’t miss Jayme’s interview with book author Debra Lee Baldwin, who shares plenty of great tips about growing succulents … even in rainy climates like Oregon. This interview kicks off a multi-part series on saving water in the garden.

Nest In Style Guest

Debra Lee Baldwin is a garden photojournalist and writer, who is particularly passionate about succulents.

Her first book Designing with Succulents was wildly successful, leading to her most recent book Succulent Container Book, which is already in its second edition.

Hear this delightful gardener describe how to grow succulents that thrive. And get ideas you can apply to your own home right now.

Find Debra on the Internet at and SucculentChic, as well as on Twitter as @DebraLBaldwin.

More Resources

What’s Coming: Stay tuned as co-host Teresa O’Connor talks with garden writer Mary Ann Newcomer about creating an English-style garden in a high country desert environment. Meanwhile, have fun and go grow something!

3 Comments leave one →
  1. June 22, 2010 7:46 am

    Beautiful display of Succulents, water conservation and beauty at it’s best.

  2. sandy weaver permalink
    March 8, 2011 8:14 am

    I love using succulents. Your Ideas have inspired me. They are so easy to make new starts with. Three years gardening with and every one thinks i have a green thumb. They don’t know how easy it is. Thank You

  3. November 22, 2012 10:51 pm

    I found your blog quite interesting and the concern in the blog is really impressive.

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