字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント So just as a finishing few words here, I want to show you some examples of mixed bowls which is what we're really trying to promote with the Tender Succulent family. They don't survive our winters so put them into shallow bowls and with a well-drained mix, with mostly sun. They're very drought tolerant and only water a few times a month and then as the season gets later and we're getting a chance of heavy frost, they can all take a little bit of frost; minor frost but then get those bowls in, into the house in a bright, cool location if possible and they'll survive easily as an indoor plant through the winter and then get them back out in the spring once a chance of frost is going to pass us. These examples here are mainly using the Echeveria family which we talked about in parts 1 to 3. But there are some other things in here as well. Some Aeoniums. Kalanchoes Here is the Kalanchoe Flapjacks. Here is the Euphorbia 'Fire Sticks' As the years progress, we will talk about and do more series of Tender Succulents involving maybe some of these other species but just for your own knowledge though, most of these rosette type plants or succulents that you're looking at are the Echeveria family which was in part 1, 2 and 3. Just so you remember. We get a lot of inquiries on, "What can I plant? I got this small little pot" like some metal you know, metal structure they have; is holding a really small pot. Or people may have like wheelbarrows that they're using and they want to plant a very shallow and they don't know what to put in them because that doesn't hold a lot of soil. These are the perfect plants for that because they don't need a lot of irrigation and you'll never kill them if you happen to forget or if you're gone for a week or so and you can't be there to water them. So for the smaller containers, shallow bowls, full sun, little railing planters on for easy-care, nothing beats the Tender Succulent family So have fun and happy gardening!