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[Total: 0   Average: 0/5]You must sign in to vote How To Plant A Succulent Dish: Using Echeveria Imbricata (Blue Rose), Perle Von Nurnberg Echeveria, Burro’s Tail Sedum, Dasyphyllum Sedum, etc… DIY Succulent & Cactus Potting Soil xo, Christine *This video is not sponsored.


  • Colleen Anne 4 years ago

    This is probably already been answered but I was wondering how a densely packed beautiful potted display like that will last before you have to repot? Also will the roots wrap around one another so you would just repot as a giant unit? Propagating video for sure!

  • Fancy Nancy 4 years ago

    Please do a propagating video! That would be great.

  • Rosy Valderrama 4 years ago

    you can also use coffe filters to avoid loosing soil

  • Edita Vavřinová 4 years ago

    Dakujem zasa som sa nieco krasne naucila vdaka tomu co mi dava silu a energiu do zivota

  • LaFore Artis 4 years ago

    What's the name of the succulent on a stalk in the red clay pot to the right behind the white dish? It's neat looking. I want one :)

  • Helen Fortune 4 years ago

    Please do a propagation video. :)

  • Catherine Anderson 4 years ago

    So beautiful! I love your gardening videos! You have quite the green thumb!

  • Anita Murphree 4 years ago

    I love your design!! I have 2 questions can you tell me the name of the filler you used? The one that you broke up into several pieces planting between main Echeveria. Also the Mini Palm like tree with the thick stalk?

  • Nazrin Bheda 4 years ago

    this is absolutely stunning. i am new at this so have 1 question … how do you get around the issue of succulents that grow little baby ones from the side, will the dish not run put of space.

  • Joshua Moon 4 years ago

    Can you post a propagation tutorial?

  • Petals on the Paving Slabs 4 years ago

    Very interesting, thank you. Subbed!

  • Vivian Wong 4 years ago

    Could you please make a video to show how to propagate succulents from leaves and cuttings? Thanks !

  • Lena Velasquez 4 years ago

    Something I learned working at a nursery. Think of roots like hair. When you pull hair out it hurts but when you cut it it doesn't hurt. Better to cut the roots. Very pretty!

  • patrick samples 4 years ago

    That looks good! I have a Ghost Plant succulent, and I don't think it is doing to well.. I think i water it too much. is that a thing?

  • chartreuse chameleon 4 years ago

    did u ever find out what the plant from the swap meet was ? at 4.48? its gorgeous

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  • Ilminia Webshop 4 years ago

    Dear Christine, I am a big fan of your videos. I live in Belgium so not sunny or warm to have beautiful cactus or succulents outdoors but I try to recreate your succulent dishes as room decorations. I have a question. How do you know when to water your succulents and cacti when the top layer is a white stone layer ? How often do you water your indoor succulents and cacti ? I would love to read your tips and again I love your video's love from Belgium, Mouna

  • Katherine Stephens 4 years ago

    I'd love to see a propagation video!

  • Denise Millikan 4 years ago

    What a beautiful pot ! Love it !

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