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Planting a Copper Bowl with Succulents


A step-by-step guide of planting up a copper bowl with succulents.


Season:
Summer


Location:
Surrey, UK


Credits:
GAP Photos/Nicola Stocken


Feature No:   4187 

Qty of Images:    22 

 
  
  
 
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Synopsis
There is a huge range of objects that can be used as plant containers, providing they offer good growing conditions. This vintage copper bowl is ideal for growing succulents such as sempervivum, sedum and echeveria. This container features Sedum 'Blue Cushion', mixed Sempervivum, Saxifraga cuneifolia 'Variegata’ and the delightful Delosperma cooperi, which has fleshy leaves and bright pink daisy-like flowers for weeks on end in summer.

 

 

 
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