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I always (last 3 months, since I started to collect them) wanted a succulents dish garden, but being a novice not sure what I can/can't put together. So, here is the list of what I have, most of them are in 2.5" pots.
1. Aloe Grosby prolific, 2. Aloe variegata, 3. Hawortia attenuata (4" pot), 4. Graptopetallum bellum, 5. Echeveria purporotum, 6. Pachiveria (4" pot), 7. Portulacaria Afra variegata (3.5" pot), 8. Kalanchoe marmorata, 9. Aeonium, 10. Grassula Green Pagoda variegated.
I would like to make two/three arrangements out of all the above. Also, what do you think about making kind of a dividers in the dish, so I can put plants with different watering schedule in the same dish?