Succulents, a teaspoon of sunshine, pots and pebbles.

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Succulent Gardening is just a little something I started as a hobby which is slowly turning into an addiction. Well ! About that. ‘Addiction’ in this context sounds negative. Gardening is therapeutic. A green meditation. And, succulents are striking. Captivating. I’ve been waiting to share a project with you and now I finally can. I decided to take some pebbles, well-draining cactus potting mix and make a coffee table ‘Succulent Centrepiece’.

With a landscape full of succulents, colour isn’t hard to come by; neither is texture or form. I mixed and matched a few varieties to create an inspiring scene.

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 Sempervivum ‘Twilight Blue’.

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What I have here is a mix of Aeonium, Graptopetalum, Aloe, Crassula and a Sedum.

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As my love for these gorgeous plants grew, I bought few other plants and got started on another succulent ornament.  I added tri-colour Sedums, Crassula Perforata, Crassula Golum, Echeveria ‘Mexican Snowball’, Echeveria ‘Violet Queen’…

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