Succulents for large shallow terracotta pots in all-day sun
I'm looking for sun/heat-loving, un-thirsty plants for 2 terracotta pots about 10" tall x 18" wide. Each pot sits on top of an old tree stump and relies on hand-watering for irrigation.
The stumps are surrounded by large perennials including Phormium, Lantana, Fescue, and creeping thyme.
I don't grow a lot of succulents and need tried-and-true plants that can take all-day hot sun in summer, rain in winter.
Also: What type of soil mix would be best in these conditions? I like the OSH cactus mix which has a lot of perlite and some compost. I have a couple of succulents that seem to be happy in it.