|In the pot, Huernia, a grapto-something ( I think) and something I haven't identified yet. Orange bulbine, Pedilanthus macrocarpus 'Lady Slipper', Aeonium 'Platter Plant', a curly echeveria, stonecrop and another little echeveria.
|A repeat of above, with the 'Propeller Plant' Crassula and another echeveria.
|Sanservia line the back with the 'Propeller Plant' again along with a sedum and two more echeverias.
|The backrow pots are 'Brilliant' sedum and the regular Lamb's Ear. The middle pots are the large Lamb's Ear and Lollipop Plant. The front pot didn't survive.
|More Sanseveria, a Broomstick Plant, and aloe or agave (not sure), another echeveria, pink dahlia. The hanging basket is a kalanchoe and I can't remember the other one. It's fuzzy and it's blooms are supposed to attract bugs and smell horrible.
I'm looking forward to everything filling in, hopefully that won't take forever. I was able to pick up some larger plants that were priced really good to mix in with the smaller guys. I'm most excited about the 'Lady Slipper' and my 'Propeller Plant'...I'm excited to see how well they do. I kept the things in pots near the door to the garage so that I can move them when we need to have that door open.