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Saxifraga longifolia - photo © Susan Korthof -  Summer-flowering alpine. Grow in full sun in well-drained alkaline soil.

Natural spirals based on Fibonacci Series in Saxifraga longifolia;

A. Echeveria 'Mauna Loa' -- 1 B. Graptoveria acaulis -- 2 C. Echeveria lilacina -- 1 D. Silver squill (Ledebouria socialis) --1 E. Paddle plant (Kalanchoe luciae) -- 1

Succulent Container Garden: Tray Bien - unusual succulents of variegated leaves and sculptural foliage (A) Echeveria 'Mauna Loa' (B) Graptoveria acaulis (C) Echeveria lilacina (D) Silver squill (Ledebouria socialis) (E) Paddle plant (Kalanchoe luciae)

Sempervivum Brauni

Beautiful blooms come on tiny plants! Sempervivum Brauni - variety of "hens and chicks"! Best in sun with sandy/gravelly soil. Good for colder zones &

Titanopsis hugo schlechteri • Living Rocks • Cactus/Succulents • golden yellow  (rare instances      pink ) flowers bloom in winter, moderate water in late fall and early spring, keep somewhat dry the rest of the year, porous soil, excellent drainage, frost hardy to 14 degrees, tolerates high heat, bright shade in summer and full sun the rest of the year

Titanopsis hugo schlechteri • Living Rocks • Cactus/Succulents • golden yellow (rare instances pink ) flowers bloom in winter, moderate water in late fall and early spring, keep somewhat dry the rest of the year, porous soil, excellent drainage, frost hardy to 14 degrees, tolerates high heat, bright shade in summer and full sun the rest of the year

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In this photo of a succulent plant, we see how we can find form in all sorts of things, such as nature.

10 Top Succulent Plants for the Midwest | Midwest Living  The Sempervivum hens-and-chicks are a group of succulents that grow in low, rosette-forming colonies. With their wide range of colors and textures--some develop long, white hairs that resemble cobwebs--they're perfect for a rock garden or in containers. Their common name comes from the way these succulents spread, with new growth (chicks) forming from the mother rosette (hen).   Up to 6 inches tall  Full sun and well-drained soil

10 Top Succulent Plants for the Midwest

The Sempervivum hens-and-chicks ; Their common name comes from the way these succulents spread, with new growth (chicks) forming from the mother rosette (hen). Size: Up to 6 inches tall Growing conditions: Full sun and well-drained soil Zones:

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