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

Succulent Sunday: Propagation

leggy succulent

I'll admit it. I have a problem. I am addicted to succulents. You may remember a few weeks ago, when I shared a tutorial on how to make a succulent container garden. In that post, I mentioned that I was going to attempt to propagate a leaf from one of the new succulents. I decided to take a look around my ever-growing succulent collection to see if any of my plants would benefit from propagation. And then I found these babies at Continue Reading

How to make a succulent container garden

Succulent garden planter

Succulents are such hardy houseplants. I love the different varieties! I have a number of different plantings - both at work and at home. They're easy to care for and come in so many different kinds of textures, shapes and sizes.  Anyone can make a succulent garden. You don't need a "green thumb" either! Succulents are very cost-effective, too! I purchased everything for less than $30! It would have been cheaper if I had an Continue Reading