I love succulents and how these are so beautifully arranged!
It looks really effective, and is an idea I may copy in the future
Funny – I just attended a talk on crevice gardens this past weekend. This is a great example!
A marvelous display!
Beautifully planted Cathy.
Not by me though Christina, but at the RHS Plant Fair
Ooh, I have a sink and I have some slate. I now have an idea 🙂
Same here – but the company who displayed this also sold them at a fairly eyewatering price 😉
Always the case. 🙂
What an interesting rock garden. A very artistic arrangement of the plants.
What a lovely way to display a range of colourful sempervivon. I’ve seen vertically placed slates used in a rockery setting to show off a professional collection of miniature hostas. Both are so very effective!
Oh Kate, now you have inadvertantly given me an idea, as some of my miniature hosta are in a sink with slate chippings round them but they would be really enhanced by some vertical slate too…
What a great display…now thinking about how I could do something similar!
I am not responsible for the idea though! 😉
No, I can’t blame you for yet another ‘project’!
That looks beautiful Cathy.
Crevice gardens seem to be coming into their own lately. This is a very nice one.
Yes, I was mosr impressed when I saw it at the RHS show
Denise > surely, as you were creating this confection, you ought to have been chuckling to yourself with delight at the sheer fun of it!
Not my creation though, Denise…!
Thanks for sharing this pic! Things we have loads of here are succulents and rocks! I’ve fiddled with ideas in my mind but this is great inspiration to combine the two for a really cool result!
It wasn’t a creation of mine, but I too like the effect
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