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  • Lori Renner

    Add 1 tsp. of liquid food coloring to 1 cup of water. Drizzle the colored water onto the soil surrounding the base of a plant. Wait 24 hours for the water to absorb. Apply another identical dose if the color change was not sufficient. - ok I love this idea

  • LOLA H.

    If you search the Internet for blue and purple succulents you won't find these. Why? They look real. In fact they ARE real. But they've been spray painted! I've never seen spray painted succulents, or any other flowers for that matter, but these rock! The perfect way to coordinate their colors with to your wedding colors.

  • Genevieve Ackley

    Mind.Blown! Prefer your succulents in shades of blue? Add 1 tsp. of liquid food coloring to 1 cup of water. Drizzle the colored water onto the soil surrounding the base of a plant. Wait 24 hours for the water to absorb. Apply another identical dose if the color change was not sufficient.

  • Donya Welch

    blue and violet succulents great for home gardens or high above children's reach on vertical surfaces or just do various small flower beds of all one color scheme- or groups of various color sections and plants.

  • Casey Angela

    jewel toned succulents...interesting color palette idea for wedding?

  • Codee Everson

    Add 1 tsp. of liquid food coloring to 1 cup of water. Drizzle the colored water onto the soil surrounding the base of a plant. Wait 24 hours for the water to absorb. Apply another identical dose if the color change was not sufficient. SHUT UP! I'm totally doing this when I finally get my succulent garden!

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