I planted this succulent dish garden about 3-months ago, in mid-February, and wanted to show you how it’s growing in.
You can see from the lead photo (and those below) that there is plenty of color, yet nothing is in flower. That’s because some of chosen succulents varieties color-up in the sun, while others will maintain their color and vibrancy with the sun. Also, some succulents gain more color seasonally.
The Buddha garden contains about 10 to 15 different succulent varieties. For example, there are three kinds of Crassula and two kinds of Senecio. Overall, I am very happy watching it grow and fill in. Though I edited one plant from the initial planting, the rest is filling in nicely.
*Here’s my link to Amazon if you want to check out a good selection of succulents to start your own. 🙂
Wanted to show you side by side how green and small the “Just planted” succulents are compared to the planting
3 months later. Isn’t the color amazing?!
ps: If you want to see the initial succulent planting, watch this video:
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