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How to Make a Succulent Dish Garden in 5 minutes

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Published on Jul 15, 2011

In a video filmed and produced by award-winning garden photojournalist Debra Lee Baldwin (author of Succulent Container Gardens), Jeff Moore of Solana Succulents nursery demonstrates how to quickly assemble an appealing succulent dish garden. Jeff's tips include positioning tall plants in back, shorter in front, and adding an ornamental rock and topdressing to create the look of a miniature landscape. Labeled photos of each plant are included, as well as Jeff's soil formula. This video, filmed on location at the nursery, includes two different compositions.

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