Plastic terracotta plant bowl with drainage holes. This bowl is perfect to house 9-10 succulent plants, perhaps an upright plant, two/three rosette/small bush plants, and two/three trailing plants. Some examples of a different sized planted bowls are shown here. Choose from just one bowl or a set of 3 or 5 bowls for great value. Happy Potting! Giant growing Echeverias like ‘Pollux‘ and ‘Red Sea Monster’ are very happy in this bowl as they get bigger. The bowl is robust yet lightweight, it supports their outward growth but also helps limit the volume of compost, ensuring the compost dries out quickly protecting the roots from rotting if left wet for too long.
Spring is a great time to repot your plants using a gritty compost and stocking up on our specially formulated feed to make sure you get the most out of your Succulents this year.
Our plants come with a BCSS guide on how to pot up your plants and care for them as they establish themselves. This is a great introduction to growing a wide variety of Echeverias and a boost to any succulent collection.
We have been growing plants for over 40 years and were finalists at RHS Chelsea Flower Show last year 2022 with the ‘Aeonium Jubilee‘ bred to celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee.
Make sure you know how to care for your succulents like our award-winning team | Read our Succulent General Care Tips
Learn how to care for your Echeverias with our specialist Echeverias Care Guide
Planning to create a Succulent Bowl read our Guide on Potting Up a Succulent Bowl
Do not forget to feed your Succulent plants with our specially formulated Succulent Fertiliser, now available in a robust resealable pouch.
Rosette plant suggestions Echeveria ‘Lola’, Echeveria setosa, Echeveria pulidonis, Echeveria ‘Ramillette‘, Echeveria liacina, Graptoveria ‘Superbum’, Pachyphytum oviferum, Echeveria ‘Compton Carousel’
Upright plant suggestions Crassula ovata ‘Hummel Sunset‘, Crassula ovata ‘Red Horn’, Crassula ovata ‘Gollum Minor’, Senecio stapeliiformis, Senecio haworthii, Sedum rubrotinctum, Sedum rubrotinctum ‘Aurora’
Large growing Echeverias to be displayed singularly Echeveria Pollux, Echeveria ‘Red Sea Monster’, Echeveria ‘Mexican Giant’, Echeveria ‘Purple Pearl’, Echeveria ‘Perle Von Nurnberg’, Echeveria ‘Giant Blue’