2- Lithops _ are truly fascinating little plants. Lithops are perfect for people to grow who don’t have a lot of space because they are small and can grow really well in a pot on the windowsill. Lithops should be cared for like other succulents by watering sparingly during winter and increasing water during the summer months. Placing various pebbles and semi-precious stones around the plants in a pot can really bring out the colours of the plant and add interest.
Terrarium Care Instructions: The succulent garden terrarium is planted in a porous potting mix, to allow for some drainage. The plants require bright light, but not hot, direct sun. Succulents store water in their thick stems. For best results, maintain a moderately dry soil. Water sparingly, approximately 3 teaspoons of water every 7-10 days.
Birdbath as a Planter - - Try this pretty display that isn’t just for the birds. Plant shallow-rooted succulents in the birdbath with soil. The lack of drainage will keep the soil moist, so you’ll need to water even less frequently than usual.
Hawaiian Palm The Hawaiian Palm is a very strong and beautiful houseplant, although it is called a palm it is actually a succulent, so will need very little water. Every year repot the palm into a larger pot, use 2 parts loam free garden soil mixed with 1 part coarse sand and 1 part pumice or a regular cactus compost is also suitable. Use a pot with holes in the base and cover the bottom with a layer of gravel or hydrograins. Put some