Filled with tall and cascading succulent that will fill the cage and hang down the side. Use them to hang from tree
branches or sit them comfortable on table tops.
This is our largest succulent bowl and is packed with Aloe’s, Kalanchoe’s, Echeveria, Sempervivum and Sedums.
Floating glass gardens, delivered as a set of 3 to hang or sit as a cluster.Planted into sphagnum
moss and secured with pebbles, containing low light low growing succulents.
Go Modern! With a sunning concrete bowl dipped in either black or white paint.Designed with
tall, medium and low cascading succulents.
Locally made and filled with low growing, cascading succulents.
The size and position (how much sun it receives and whether is it morning/afternoon sun) of the bowl will determine how much water is required. The information given below is a guide to help learn the signs your succulents will give you when they are thirsty. A succulent bowl is watered only when the soil is completely dry and the leaves aren’t plump. Generally, succulents require water- no more than a good soaking- 1 – 2 times per week while the plants are actively growing. Many succulents require no water during winter because the plants are dormant. Water sparingly in these months only
Bamboo bowls come in a range of colours –
black, white & red. Natural bamboo inside
with a lacquered paint on the outside
Light weight concrete pots filled with tall Aloe’s, Echeveria rosettes and cascading Sedums. The modern pots make a statement year round.