Choosing the Best Succulents to Pair Together

A great way to play with color is by combining complementary colors or opposite colors in a color wheel. A purple-colored plant would look great with a yellow plant.

Combine different types of succulents with unique growth patterns can help to create an eye-catching, unique look. Pair vining plants with a bushy or tall growing plant to create an interesting look.

Arrange your succulents using different sizes and shapes of thrillers, fillers, and spillers to create a harmonious and balanced look.

Beautiful succulent arrangements are not all about combining color, textures, and shapes but also about which succulents have the same growing requirements.

Most succulent plants grow best in bright light; others thrive in full sun or direct light. Succulents with different leaf thicknesses also have different water requirements.

You can plant as many succulents as you like. The most important thing is to provide enough space and good drainage.

You can grow them with other hardy plants, like cacti and ornamental grasses, as long as they have the same light and water requirements.

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