Grow Succulents in Pots - Southern Living | I love the idea of stacking pots as scene in the idea. Put the small pot inside the larger one, leaving room toward the front. Planting succulents in glazed containers, which retain water longer, means you'll water them less.
The striking shade-loving caladiums are the thrillers, the tallest plants in the pot, which add visual interest with their coarse, colorful leaves. The fillers are the New Guinea impatiens with their rose-colored flowers and light yellow streaks down the center of the leaves. And the spiller is a variegated Plectranthus, ‘Troy’s Gold.’