Below the frames, I placed a plant bench that I made and placed a few of our potted succulents for display. Enjoy!!
|The frame I talked about in my two previous posts now hangs on the left. The one on the right is one my wife designed.|
|I drilled a piece of cement board to the back of the frame on the left. The frame on the right holds the cement board in a "rabbit" groove I created with a router. See my previous vertical succulent frame posts for details.|
|A wider view...|
|Vertical Succulent Frame #1|
|Vertical Succulent Frame #2|
|In the largest pot on the left, we have sempervivum tectorums.|
|This plant came to me from my aunt. It is called Ledebouria socialis. I repotted it into this bonsai tray and covered the soil with crushed red volcanic rock.|
|This round orange pot holds a single Echeveria Afterglow. The soil topping is California gold gravel with Ogon succulent ground cover. I placed a round stone in the pot on the right side to create a subtle contrast.|
|Our courtyard is a cozy hang-out now! For the floor, I'm considering using a warm earth-toned concrete paint to finish it off in the future.|
|Thanks for reading and for sticking with these updates! :)|
For more information on how to make your own:
DIY Tutorial: Succulent Frame for Vertical Display!
Vertical Succulent Frame DIY Tutorial part 2
Our second vertical succulent frame design