20,912 succulent pot Outdoor Design Photos

Antonio Martins Interior Design
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Potrero HIll
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The succulent appears to be a kind of sempervivum http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sempervivum_calcareum
It's Echeveria "imbricata". Very easy to grow, just don't over water, easy to over-winter in a pot inside in a bright location if you live in too cold a spot. I've left it out on a protected step, out of the rain (water very sparingly) in zone 9. Wonder blooms of pink/yellow bells on 12" stems.
beautiful plant...but i never seen that potted plant in indonesia
green and the feel of the pots and tables
Love the plant in the pot
outside living room with desert rose pot plants
“Ground cover alternative to grass” — jsncrs
Sandy Koepke
beverly hills peck -
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Add bold pots of color with plants
Great color combo for pots and succlents
bright turquoises and chili-pepper reds, whether on pots or on doors.
Remember, many succulents thrive on neglect. Always err on the side of underwatering, not overwatering. If they look a little limp, then it's time to water. Note: Some succulents are frost tender and may need a cover in cold weather
8. Lean towards local plants. Sandy uses lots of succulents and drought-tolerant plants in her designs, but she recommends getting acquainted with the native species in your own area. Not only will they require little effort to introduce into your landscape, they'll thrive far more easily than their
“Plantings foe the WWF” — travelrookie
Kate Michels Landscape Design
4 Reviews
Mediterranean Garden
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Garden - love this circular garden of succulents
using terracotta pots will dry out too quickly. ohthe pots better and do not over water!!!!!!
circle of succulents on gravel walk
Succulents for front yard or planter pots at front door
this reminds me of one of the little parts of the Getty garden path. Reddish succulents combined with green ones.
Succulents tend to need less water than most other outdoor plants. But be wary when using terra-cotta pots — they tend to dry out most quickly. To see if your plants need to be watered, place your finger a centimeter or two below the soil. If it's moist, no water is needed.More fuss-free ways to garden
Plant NeedsReading the plant’s tag should tell you if it prefers moist, medium or dry soil. Cacti and other succulents, like in the container shown here, prefer the soil to completely dry out between waterings. If watered too often, these plants will decline. Some plants, such as many tropicals
“succulent plants” — Monde Mode
The Design Build Company
15 Reviews
Design Build: Tuscan Residence at The Bridges of RSF
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As far as succulents, I was going to suggest a donkeys/burros tail as well; I have some in a hanging pot that look sort of like that. They're sedum, and there are lots of varieties of sedum. I have some other
you have in mind. Mine don't do well in direct sunlight, they preferfiltered sunlight. Another plant that might do well is creeping Jenny (not a succulent; a flowering evergreen perennial). I'm in New Orleans, pretty much the same climate- when mine get plenty water and afternoon sun they grow fast and
Love the look of pots and draping succulents
I like succulents for around the house
pots add a welcoming touch and reflect the colors of the house
“Landscape” — corrietse
Gregory Davis & Associates
8 Reviews
Cozy Condo Patio
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only a small footprint. We have quite a variety of planters that are obtained direct from importers. This photo shows a wonderful balance of plants, pots, furnishing and accessories with great results. The transformation was dramatic and our clients just LOVE their space.
Succulents and comfy lounges!!!
Like the variegated pot plant.
Succulent pots for deck
Succulents pots...succulents, pots...succulents, buddha...Plants in pots...non-flowering pot...Big pots and statue...Large succulent...Potted plants...Succulents garden
“Floor tile work” — kismet88
Mediterranean Landscape
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copper gutters, pots of succulents, blue door, stone patio.
succulents in pots, not wilty in hot weather
I like large pots/containers. They would look great around the front of the house, by the garage, etc.
The pots and succulents
multiple pots, lots of textures
Weathered pots w/desert plants
Like the potted plants
The succulent flowers and plants
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“for the balcony along with some aloe vera plants” — angelina_rs
Urban Nature / Troy Silva Design Group
Romantic Sanctuary, La Jolla, CA
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Pot idea for front patio to shade tall narrow pot
giant planter w/ succulents & iceplant
Use pots filled with succulents and statuary close to the house and structures to add interest without adding fuel for fire.
String of BananasThe second trailing succulent species
radicans); it is native to the Cape Province area of South Africa. As a succulent, its tissues conserve moisture, rendering it well adapted to dry, hot conditions, though it also grows well in tropical conditions, too. Like most succulents, this species is frost tender and cannot withstand freezing temperatures
“String of Bananas The second trailing succulent species of interest is called String of Bananas (Sen” — louisehorner
Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
Outdoor Lounge Furniture
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love the furniture and the succulents in a box. also, camouflage kitty :) how do you keep the rattan/wicker weatherproof?
What is the key to growing succulents inside?
Where can you get the pot for the succulents? Looks awesome!
The succulants and the color combinations
like the idea of pots and cactus' - pots can be bright and fun
Using your succulents as a centerpiece is not only easy, it's beautiful. Choose a container that complements your outdoor decor.
Colorful succulents in varying heights and textures can transform a minimalist planter box into a l
“Cactus garden” — Belinda Pearce
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