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  • Joanne Roberts

    Plant in a rusty old tire rim!

  • TheCabin Boothbay

    Succulent garden OLD CAR RIM

  • Dayle Huber

    Succulent Garden container made from rusty tire rim!

  • Nicole Lyons

    Old tire rim planter. This is SO cool and rustic looking. Wouldn't even know it was a tire rim!

  • Lynn Bowes

    Our place is littered with car parts - now I'm dying for Spring here

  • Lori Hennig

    Succulent garden, old tire rim

  • Suz Ladew Wolfe

    Patio Garden Ideas 3008x2000 Succulent Gardens With Wide Pot With A Variety Of Small Plants And Assorted Flowers Succulent Container Garden...

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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

list of plants used in these containers

  • Barb

    Didn't see any list. All I saw was a Flikr ad.

Great focal point, trailing succulents

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. The photo was taken at EuroAmerican Propagators in Bonsall, Calif.

ciao! newport beach: creative succulents for mom

Succulent container gardens can transform bland outdoor spaces into inviting living areas. In turn, the plants benefit from warmth radiated by your home’s walls and hardscape and require little water or upkeep.