We've been focusing a lot on shade combinations here at Succulent Gardens. That's because not everyone has burning hot sun for growing plants, and not everyone can grow succulents outside year-round. We've created a foolproof recipe for indoor shade succulent gardens.
All you have to do is pick a plant from each category and, voila! You have a gorgeous container garden.
Pictured below: Zamioculcas zamiifolia, peperomia, hoya, sansevieria, and sedum burrito.
These plants give an arrangement height and contrast with lower plants.
Crassula conjuncta-Ivory Towers
Crassula muscosa pseudo lycopodioides
Including a tight aeonium or haworthia rosette provides a focal point for the composition.
Pictured below: Aloe vera, haworthia, and tradescantia.
Filler & Spiller plants
These plants have broader leaves or a horizontal growing habit and provide a beautiful variety of texture and color to your arrangement.
Sedum burrito or Sedum morganianum
Senecio rowleyanus (String of Pearls)
To make it easier than ever for you to plant your own shade gardens we've put together a section of the nursery specifically stocked with the plants you need to create!