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Pretty arrangement of succulents...I don't want to cut them to make an arrangement!

Succulent bouquet: echeveria and sedum for this bouquet, adding some trailing “string of bananas” to soften up the shape.

I seem to want to create a succulent garden. I love this idea. love the subtle colors on the frame.

best DIY: Tutorial showing how to make a rustic cool hip Framed Vertical Succulent Garden that you hang on your small apartment wall to being the idea of the outdoors in

Black Rose Aeonium (A. arboreum 'Zwartkop') is a beautiful succulent in mixed containers (Fine Gardening)

Black rose (Aeonium arboreum 'Zwartkop') rosettes of burgundy-black leaves at the ends of stalklike stems. In winter, bright yellow flowers contrast with the dark foliage.

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39 Insanely Cool Vertical Gardens

I've a number of old pails/watering cans (holes included) to use, no cost! I bet these can be found on the cheap. by terri

Does Anyone have OLD Metal buckets & watering cans? I will gladly pair a fair CHEAP price :)

Winter has us heading indoors to garden. We caught up recently with San Francisco urban gardener Flora Grubb, who was on her way back from collecting a Martha Stewart "American Made" award for being a "rising star" small-business owner; here are her top tips for indoor gardening:

5 Quick Fixes: Flora Grubb's Indoor Gardening Tips

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Use my old Green suitcase and maybe flowers! - succulents in an old rusty bread box

Life after the holidays may be a bit glum, but the piles of dead trees and wreathes on the curb can make it downright depressing. We don't have a tree this year, but we did get a traditional wreath with evergreen, pine cones and juniper berries. It's beautiful, but next year we might opt for this gorgeous wreath of succulents, which will live on long after the gloomy weeks of January fade...

Life after the holidays may be a bit glum, but the piles of dead trees and wreathes on the curb can make it downright depressing