Rustic Canyon RetreatMidcentury Dining Room, San Francisco
photo by Patrick Cline
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3. Architectural StatementFor a real eye-catcher, choose a focal-point plant with height and an interesting form for your succulent centerpiece. This potted snake plant (Sansevieria bacularis) underplanted with succulents makes a graphic statement in this dining room by Hillary Thomas Designs. Up close, one can appreciate the cast-stone vessel and pale stones nestled around the base of the plants. When combining taller plants with succulents, be sure that they have the same light and water needs. The snake plant works well since it can tolerate very low water and variable light conditions.