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Step It Up -- Soften entry steps with containers of succulents. Group pots together to lead visitor's eyes up the staircase to the entry. Unify the collection by repeating a plant in each container. Echeveria fills that role here. Include some trailing types, such as burro's tail, which cascades down the edge of the step.    A. Zebra haworthia (Haworthia fasciata) -- 1  B. Panda plant (Kalanchoe tomentosa) -- 1  C. Echeveria elegans -- 2  D. Burro's tail (Sedum morganianum) -- 1

Step It Up -- Soften entry steps with containers of succulents. Group pots together to lead visitor's eyes up the staircase to the entry. Unify the collection by repeating a plant in each container. Echeveria fills that role here. Include some trailing types, such as burro's tail, which cascades down the edge of the step. A. Zebra haworthia (Haworthia fasciata) -- 1 B. Panda plant (Kalanchoe tomentosa) -- 1 C. Echeveria elegans -- 2 D. Burro's tail (Sedum morganianum) -- 1

Bowl Planters    These rounded pots owe their smooth, elegant forms to a kitchen workhorse: the metal mixing bowl, in two sizes. Masonry stain added to the basic hypertufa formula imparts a cool blue hue. Mixed groupings of dwarf plants -- conifers, ground covers, and hostas -- fill the hemispheres.

Bowl Planters These rounded pots owe their smooth, elegant forms to a kitchen workhorse: the metal mixing bowl, in two sizes. Masonry stain added to the basic hypertufa formula imparts a cool blue hue. Mixed groupings of dwarf plants -- conifers, ground covers, and hostas -- fill the hemispheres.

Arrangement of different size clay pots with various plants grouped together.... I have gone to doing this more than planting in the ground......

Arrangement of different size clay pots with various plants grouped together.... I have gone to doing this more than planting in the ground......

Use cinnamon as a substitute for rooting hormone. It also kills fungus and bacteria at the same time. I will never buy Rootone again : ) - Click image to find more Gardening Pinterest pins

Use cinnamon as a substitute for rooting hormone. It also kills fungus and bacteria at the same time. I will never buy Rootone again : ) - Click image to find more Gardening Pinterest pins