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A. Red jade (Crassula coccinea) B. Echeveria shaviana C. Chinese sedum (Sedum tetractinum) D. Flower dust plant (Kalanchoe pumila) E. Turkish rosularia (Rosularia muratdaghensis) F. Crassula pellucida Gardens Ideas, Container Gardens, Plants Kalancho, Succulents Container, Succulent Container, Succulent Gardens, Rivers Stones, Flowerpot, Tabletop Succulents
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Want a water feature without digging up the yard? Add this beautiful and simple decoration to your outdoor table without needing a bulldozer.
blue ceramic bowl holds a collection of small succulents. A combination of rosette plant forms, an upright "pine" tree, and a sprawling succulent "vine" results in a pleasing grouping that will last for several years with little care. A. Miniature pine tree (Crassula tetragona) -- 1 B. Tiger jaws (Faucaria tigrina) -- 1 C. Paddle plant (Cotyledon macrantha) -- 1 D. Narrow-leaf haworthia (Haworthia angustifolia) -- 1 E. Ox tongue (Gasteria verruco
A large timber post serves as a tabletop for a spectacular flower dust plant displaying its splendid pink blooms. Several containers of echeveria accompany this flowering kalanchoe. One pot mounts to the post by means of a plant hook. The others rest on board benches. A. Flower dust plant (Kalanchoe pumila) -- 1 B. Echeveria imbricata -- 5 C. Echeveria secunda -- 3
Tabletop gardens. Fill a pretty container with soil and use it to create a miniature garden in your home. These can be both seasonal and fanciful: in Winter, for instance, you could imagine a gnome garden with moss, evergreen twigs, and quartz crystals to evoke ice.