This home in Saddlebrook had a wonderful but shabbily arranged collection of cactus. In this garden we were able to move, cluster, and pot, dozens of specimen cactus to create a more pleasing scene. In addition, we planted wildlife attracting plants such as desert willow and palo verde trees to help create an equilibrium with the existing cactus-heavy plantings. As the plantings matured, the big expanses of wildcat red gravel (a color we would normally steer clear of, but because there was so much of it onsite we went ahead and used it) began to recede.