crocus and moss in an urn . . . love the formality and simplicity of this
Beautiful..orange begonia, verigated licorice vine, creeping jenny...
Bright green sedum grows in the center top and repeats in the lowest tier. Crassula perforata forms a fluffy, reddish purple ring around the top tier. In the middle tier more crassulas, green-purple Senecio jacobsenii, blue Senecio mandraliscae and a type of yellow-variegated aeonium called Kiwi. Silvery blue ruschia cascades from the lowest tier, and alongside it is a type of green and orange crassula called Campfire. Beautiful!!
If you have a dry birdbath or fountain, use it to display cascading, rosette and clump-forming succulents. Moreover, birdbaths, because they are basically a pan atop a pedestal, can be used for miniature landscapes. Consider it a bonus if a leak ruined your fountain or birdbath -- it means water will drain.
'Succulent Container Gardens': some design guidance for low-water landscapes in…
Arrangement no. 1: Emerald sentinel This fragrant, herb-laden urn celebrates the surrounding landscape, and is a perfect example of the repetition technique. The Japanese forest grass, for example, recalls the grasses in the garden; in the pot itself, the leaves of the Japanese maple are echoed in trailing strands of ivy.