A. Coral aloe (Aloe striata) B. Stemless senecio (Senecio acaulis) C. Sedum furfuraceum D. Echeveria 'Easter Bonnet' E. Watch chain plant (Crassula lycopodioides) F. Zanzibar aloe (Aloe zanzibarica) G. Ghost plant (Graptopetalum paraguayense) H. Two-row sedum (Sedum spurium) I. Sedeveria (Sedeveria spp.) J. Felt bush (Kalanchoe beharensis) K. String of buttons (Crassula conjuncta) L. String of beads (Senecio rowleyanus) Container Gardens, Ideas, Succulents Container, Wooden Trays, Succulents Gardens, Aloe Zanzibarica, Succulent Containers, Ghosts Plants, Aloe Striata
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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
When planting succulents in containers use commercial cactus soil, which usually contains finely milled peat and sand. To this, he adds a product called Turfis, used by bonsai experts to aerate the soil, but says fine gravel works equally well. Mix the cactus soil and gravel in equal proportions and, voilà, the ideal planting medium.
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