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A Visual Compendium of Succulents... - From Moon to Moon

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Very cool up-cycling idea: log planter #gardens #upcycling #rustic

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Are you always killing your indoor plants? As it turns out, succulents are not as low-maintenance as they might seem, but you CAN keep them alive! #succulents #tips #gardening

How to avoid killing your succulents: 7 tips

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Succulents in boots #succulents #gardening #garden ✿

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Upcycled broken pot cactus / succulent garden - sooo cute!! Found at Salvaged Nature Etsy

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Clever! I must try a few more of these, bringing in my tender succulents 32 reasons succulents are the best plants ever.

32 Reasons Succulents Are The Best Plants Ever

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Drought Tolerant Gardening | Growing Succulents From Cuttings

Drought Tolerant Gardening | Growing Succulents From Cuttings

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DIY: How to propagate succulents.

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This is a project that enthralls and intrigues everyone who sees it; you can build one too; just pick up a couple of coir lined hanging baskets, fill with soil, wire them together and stick some Sempervivum chicks on the coir. After a year, they will fill in and be totally covered. What a great use for your succulent collection!

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ROOTING SUCCULENTS - cleanly pull/break leaf from plant making sure whole leaf is in tact. Allow to dry out & end to scab over. Place leaf on top of soil. (if you bury the cut end in soil, it will only root from that end. If you lay on top of soil, it will grow both roots & form new plant) Water when soil becomes dry. Roots and new plants should start to grow with in a couple of weeks.

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Boots with succulants... now that is putting your best foot forward

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Take Cuttings - It's easy to take cuttings of established succulents growing in your garden. With small pruning snips, cut stem sections 1-2 inches long. Remove lower leaves. (Roots will sprout from these leaf nodes.) Let cuttings dry on a tray for a few days before you plant them. This curing process causes cut ends to callus (form a thin layer of cells). "It's OK if the cuttings shrivel up a little bit." - Great idea for a garden swap with your friends and neighbors!

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Miniature Container Gardens - Photo © Kerry Michaels ~ These miniature container gardens are easy and quick to do. They make wonderful gifts and are a great project to do with kids. - Tutorial here: http://containergardening.about.com/od/floweringcontainergarden/ss/ShellContainers.htm Here's what you'll need: Potting soil Drill Hens and chicks Sphagnum Moss Large clamshells Bucket

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Pebbles tucked around the inside of the rim of a shallow birdbath help hold in mounded soil of this succulent garden.

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Supplies - Glass fish bowl bookends, tiny succulents, Cactus/Succulent potting soil, decorative stones, and a spoon.

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Succulent Propagation technique

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Planted Vintage Container

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Stone Troughs are ideal for Succulents

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A Succulent English-Style Garden

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Succulents are easy to propagate. Here's how to do it: http://www.hgtv.com/landscaping/how-to-propagate-succulents/index.html

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It's Easy to Propagate Succulents! - Take Cuttings of established succulents growing in your garden. With small pruning snips, cut stem sections 1-2 inches long. Remove lower leaves. (Roots will sprout from these leaf nodes.) Let cuttings dry on a tray for a few days before you plant them. This curing process causes cut ends to callus (form a thin layer of cells). "It's OK if the cuttings shrivel up a little bit." - Great idea for a garden swap with your friends and neighbors!

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Because leaves and cuttings root effortlessly, graptopetalums are among the easiest succulents to propagate. Leaves that fall off and land on the ground below the mother plant may sprout beadlike leaves and threadlike roots from the stem end. These feed off the leaf, draining it of nutrients. As the tiny plant becomes established, the leaf shrivels.

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Little Pot Succulent Wreath

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Take Cuttings - It's easy to take cuttings of established succulents growing in your garden. With small pruning snips, cut stem sections 1-2 inches long. Remove lower leaves. (Roots will sprout from these leaf nodes.) Let cuttings dry on a tray for a few days before you plant them. This curing process causes cut ends to callus (form a thin layer of cells). "It's OK if the cuttings shrivel up a little bit." - Great idea for a garden swap with your friends and neighbors!

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