Herrwood, The semps I have now lived thru last summer. I lost some in a drafty above ground location during a late January hard freeze (15 with a wind chill near zero) but all of the varieties I have lived thru last summer outdoors, on that wood rack. Same spot I have them now. We had 100 degree weather, heat and humidity. I watered every 2 weeks or so if it didn't rain, after checking moisture an inch down in the soil, always in the evening so they had cool time for the water to drain off before the sun came up and baked them. I am posting pictures of my semps before the big freeze taken about January 1st 2022, after summer of 2021 heat
That strawberry pot is interesting, I looked at one yesterday and didn't buy it, I don't think I could get even succulents or sedum thru the heat in that.
You will note I don't have the really nice color that semps that winter in the north get.
We had a very warm December, temps in the 80s for much of it, and then bitter cold hit. I did replace 6 semps after that cold snap had destroyed them, since I had them way up off the ground to be totally blasted by the wind.