During my recent trip to attend the Succulent Celebration in Escondido California, I had the opportunity to visit Kelly Griffin’s garden with Debra Lee Baldwin , Candace Suter, Noreen Fenton, and Gary Bartell . Kelly’s garden is unique and carries many specimens of Agaves, Aloes, and other succulent plants that has either been hybridized, in process of or under observation. It is truly a garden where one can learn so much from. Some of what you see may not be available in your nursery. It may take 2 to 3 years to become available if if turns out to be a good hybrid. If you do not know Kelly, he is the hybridizer for Altman Plants, one of the largest grower and wholesale nursery in California. As Nan Sterman writes, he is the Succulent plant evangelist. Click and read more about Kelly Griffin . There were also videos produced of Kelly’s garden by Debra Lee Baldwin on utube in the past and one more coming up soon.