I took this picture when I went to the Bergamot Station in Santa Monica. The Bergamot Station is a big compound of galleries. I just had to gasp when I saw this car because have a thing with succulent plants so this really made my trip there even more inspiring!
When the Waterlily House was constructed in 1852, it was the largest single span greenhouse in the world. Besides the trailing pitchers of carnivorous plants, it also houses a large pond featuring the giant Amazonian waterlily (Victoria amazonica) | Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew
“Studded with glass ornaments, a garland of echeverias, sempervivums, sedums, and other succulents trims a staircase at the Vancouver home of Thomas Hobbs and Brent Beattie. The plants, tucked into soil-filled chicken-wire frames, create a warm-season display. In winter, the tender specimens retire to a heated greenhouse.”
‘Vertical Succulent Garden’
“Build your own vertical garden! The 20”x20” tray contains 45 slanted planting cells to support plants and soil once mounted on the wall. The system is modular so you can build a vertical garden in any design based on 20”x20” square panels. The panels are grown flat for a few months to allow the roots to develop and grow in to the cells. “