Click here to enlarge this photo. Click here to enlarge this photo. Click here to enlarge this photo. Click here to enlarge this photo. Click here to enlarge this photo. Click here to enlarge this photo. Click here to enlarge this photo. Todays photos, continuing in the succulent theme of the week, are from Jane Johnson in Laguna Hills, California. She says, "Sherman Library & Gardens was founded in 1980 in Corona del Mar, California, and has a delightful succulent garden. Here are some shots that illustrate the design, variation, and interest that such a garden can possess. My husband took these photos last weekend when we discovered the gardens (2 1/2 amazing acres of what, for me, is a teaching garden). We just moved to southern California from central Pennsylvania, and we have to learn to garden all over again. I'm a master gardener and passionate plant nut. No matter how experienced we are, there are always new lessons and opportunities for growth in gardening.....hooray for that! " Thanks, Jane, for sharing this garden with us! It'd be great to finish off the week with some photos of succulents from your gardens! Send me some photos today, and I'll try to continue this theme for tomorrow. Welcome to the Fine Gardening GARDEN PHOTO OF THE DAY blog! Every weekday we post a new photo of a great garden, a spectacular plant, a stunning plant combination, or any number of other subjects. Think of it as your morning jolt of green. Sign up to get new posts delivered to your inbox each morning so you'll always remember to take a look, or subscribe to our RSS feed. We look forward to sharing our garden travels with you. If you think you have a photo that we should share on the Garden Photo of the day, email us. Send hi-res images to email@example.com with GPOD in the subject line. We'll only respond if we plan to use your photo. Related Articles READER PHOTOS! Succulents and water gardens in California containers READER PHOTO! Cute as a button Matchy-matchy! (In a good way) READER PHOTO! Snow? In the middle of summer? View the discussion thread.