If you want to create a succulent garden, a wide mouth planter is the best way to do it. This one is made of recycled materials and resists frost and harsh weather. There are no drainage holes, but don't add any stones to the bottom before you put in your planting—they won't increase drainage.
Joss & Main Brooks Cement Pot Planter
It’s always nice to find a pot that adds texture and this one does it well. It’s a cement pot that looks like a woven basket wrapped with a black Aztec-patterned decorative band. It comes in two sizes and would look great on a table outdoors with your favorite flowers or plants in it.
Hand-crafted in Asia, these planters are made using an early firing technique that has been used for thousands of years. They are great pots if you like growing herbs indoors and want to bring them outside for the summertime. Made of clay, they have drainage holes and saucers.