All the baby succulents

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It's been a couple of weeks since my last succulent propagation update, so I figured I should share what's happening! As you can see, I have lots of succulent leaves that have sprouted babies and even more that have started rooting. By the end of summer, I should have a bunch of babies ready to sell or swap!! I've been sharing some of my more successful propagation efforts. But that doesn't mean that all of my Continue Reading

Succulent Propagation Update

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Almost 5 weeks since I began my first major succulent propagation effort. We are making a lot of progress. Lots of pink roots and li'l baby plants sprouting. I've added some more leaves to the big ceramic container and hope to see some growth from them soon. My second propagation experiment started two weeks ago. We're making good progress here, too! This pot is mostly sedum rubrotinctum and graptosedum.  Some of my leaves Continue Reading

Succulent Rescue

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I visited my local nursery this weekend and saw this in the succulent section. AS IS?!? Also, markdown to $6 from $14.99? Of course I accepted the challenge. But I had my work cut out for me. Here are a couple of arrangements I made with the "as is" succulents along with some others in my collection. Tuesday marks four weeks since I started my succulent propagation project. Let's just say things are going Continue Reading

I have a problem

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One of my favorite things to do each year is attend the Bay View Garden and Yard Society (BVGAYS) Annual Plant Sale. They always have a great selection of local vendors and the plants - oh they are so much healthier and happier than plants you'll find at Home Depot or Menards. I was excited that one of my favorites, Tiger Lily Garden Market, was there again! They are one of my favorite places to find healthy, well cared for succulents in the Continue Reading

Succulent Sunday: Checking in

graptosedum propagation

It's been 12 days since I started the succulent propagation project. So far, the Graptosedum (Vera Higgins) succulents are doing great!  These are the baby succulents I inherited when I purchased a larger graptosedum earlier this month. Unfortunately, the bulk of my leaves I started propagating haven't sprouted roots or babies yet. That is... except for the gratosedum!  This past week I rescued a pot of Continue Reading