Log Planters – This old log has a great drift wood look. Makes a great planter!
Fenestraria (Baby Toes) Another group of miniature and unusual succulents, Fenestraria belong to extremely dry regions of South Africa where they rely on rainfall for survival and hide themselves in sand for protection against harsh climate. They are excellent choice for a miniature succulent garden and form a soft, green mat of succulent leaves. This unusual plant bears white and yellow flowers in winter. Fenestraria is also known as Baby Toes plants.
Birdfeeder After: I got tired of this unused birdfeeder hangin out in my garage. My husband wouldnt let me toss it away sooooo I asked him if I could have it……..and,
The seastar Echeveria ubrigida Fire and Ice – Photo by Bret Gum
Succulent Garden Red Reeds
Birdhouse Succulent garden
Kalanchoe and Succulent Garden
Star fold card featuring the succulent gardens designer paper – Tutorial – – YouTube
Pull up a chair! The dinner plate aeonium (Aeonium tabuliforme) is the cartoonishly flattened cousin of the aeoniums you already know and love. This trippy green Frisbee can work as a houseplant and does well in containers with well-drained soil. Spotted at Terra Sol Garden Center./
Succulent Gardens by FarOutFlora, via Flickr