Dish Garden Design | How to make a beautiful miniature landscape
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Dish Garden Design | How to make a beautiful miniature landscape

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In this video tutorial I will demonstrate how to make a beautiful dish garden using some commonly available plants.

Soil mix includes:
coco peat
garden soil
sand
perlite

Plants used:
Syngonium
Sedum Lineare
Sedum Mexicanum
Kalanchoe Humilis

Locally sourced driftwood used for hardscape.

This dish garden can be kept outdoors or in the balcony under sufficient lighting. The dish garden can also be kept under led lights indoors with a photoperiod of 6-8 hours.
These plants will also need a generous and regular watering.

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