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  • Tara Luckau

    Container Succulent Garden: Delightful Dozen - (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)

  • Kay Harrison

    So-Easy Succulent Container Gardens An eclectic group of succulents in a wooden tray creates a nostalgic combination.--Top to bottom, left to right: Aloe striata, Cotyledon 'octopus', burro's tail (Sedum morganianum), Mexican hens (Echeveria shaviana) watch chain (Crassula lycopodioides), Aloe zanzibarica, ghost plant (Graptopetalum paraguayense), crinkle-leaf plant (Adromischus cristatus var. zeyheri) Sedum hybrid, Kalanchoe beharensis, Crassula conjuncta, string of beads (Senecio rowleyanus).

  • Ammi Stavros

    So-Easy Succulent Container Gardens Succulents make excellent container plants because they're easy to grow and need almost no care. Check out our 14 ideas for succulent containers.

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