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How to Care for a String of Pearls Plant

How to Care for a String of Pearls Plant. love these because they remind me of my cottonwood trees

Make a succulent birdbath! (Garden of Len & Barb Rosen) http://ourfairfieldhomeandgarden.com/upcyclerecycle-project-creating-a-succulent-garden-birdbath/

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Sedum and Succulent Planters

Baker-pots

2- Lithops _ are truly fascinating little plants. Lithops are perfect for people to grow who don’t have a lot of space because they are small and can grow really well in a pot on the windowsill. Lithops should be cared for like other succulents by watering sparingly during winter and increasing water during the summer months. Placing various pebbles and semi-precious stones around the plants in a pot can really bring out the colours of the plant and add interest.

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Succulent Propagation During The Winter

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Terrarium Care Instructions: The succulent garden terrarium is planted in a porous potting mix, to allow for some drainage. The plants require bright light, but not hot, direct sun. Succulents store water in their thick stems. For best results, maintain a moderately dry soil. Water sparingly, approximately 3 teaspoons of water every 7-10 days.

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22 Container Gardens in Bloom

Birdbath as a Planter - - Try this pretty display that isn’t just for the birds. Plant shallow-rooted succulents in the birdbath with soil. The lack of drainage will keep the soil moist, so you’ll need to water even less frequently than usual.

Cotton Candy Grass - Withstands heat, humidity, poor soil and even drought. Very easy to grow, it reaches a mature height of 3-4 feet tall and gets 3-4 feet wide. Grows in all U.S zones.

Hawaiian Palm The Hawaiian Palm is a very strong and beautiful houseplant, although it is called a palm it is actually a succulent, so will need very little water. Every year repot the palm into a larger pot, use 2 parts loam free garden soil mixed with 1 part coarse sand and 1 part pumice or a regular cactus compost is also suitable. Use a pot with holes in the base and cover the bottom with a layer of gravel or hydrograins. Put some