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As shallow rooters, succulents thrive in shallow bowls, where they can grow for a few seasons before needing to be divided and repotted. If you mix in perennials, use a pot at least 8 to 10 inches deep to accommodate their roots, then divide and replant or refresh with new plants each spring.
A blue ceramic bowl holds a collection of small succulents, creating a tabletop centerpiece for the garden. A combination of rosette plant forms, an upright "pine"
To successfully grow succulents, you just need to follow some simple rules. There must be well-drained succulent potting soil. However, there are a lot of succulent planter ideas given here in which the planters have less or no drainage. In such a case, water the plants less often and keep them slightly dry.
— Select a container with drainage holes. Spread gravel in the bottom of the container to speed drainage, and top with a potting soil mix designed for succulents or cacti. — Plant succulents tightly in the container (left). They are slow-growing, so pack them into the pot from the start.