Tag: Succulents

Everything You Will Ever Need to Know About Propagating  Succulents

Propagating succulents is both a science and an art. Succulents are some of the easiest plants to propagate, but there are still several tried and true methods to it. Some are more effective than others. What you’ll get from this post are the fundamentals to set yourself up for the best results, along with all of the different techniques you can try. Before we … Read More Everything You Will Ever Need to Know About Propagating  Succulents

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So Lush and So Green, Green

“Ain’t no planter dope as me, I’m planted so lush and green (so lush and so green, green)”. Wait, those are the Outkast lyrics, right? These succulent planters are the most lush ones I have. Just look at the size of those Blue Chalksticks! Plants pictured above: Crassula perforata Curio talinoides var. mandraliscae “Blue Chalksticks” Pachyphytum oviferum “Moonstones” Sedum kimanchii Sedum oaxacanum Sedum pachyphyllum … Read More So Lush and So Green, Green

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Fighting the Winter Blues

I was faced with a conundrum. With the California winter rains upon us, it has been continuously wet outside, and my succulents were getting very soggy. As I’ve previously mentioned, I live deep in a redwood forest with limited light. I do use LED grow lights thatย help tremendously, but since my cabin is less than 700 square feet, I’ve ran out of room for … Read More Fighting the Winter Blues