I have a nifty group of succulents that I move all around Summer and Winter and they just
keep on doing their cute thing.
I started growing Succulents, just about two years ago this month, and then added to my
Succulent collection in May of 2013.
I am using just three of them for this Vignette, the rest are tucked in the Greenhouse until our
temperatures get into the high 40's and we are not dipping into the 20's at night.
I put together this little Winter Vignette using succulents, candles, milk glass and a basket.
I added a little Sand dollar that I found a few years back when we went to Bald Head Island.
Once you get succulents established they seem to be a very congenial plant and if one
of the "stems," break off just tuck it into a little dirt, water and they will root for you.
Presto, you have another Succulent.
You know, I live in Texas and the heat is very severe here in the Summer, I still
take great caution not to get carried away with too much water.
Which is very challenging for me, because all of my other plants get watered at least once a day!
This is a great time of the year for you to start growing succulents.
There are so many interesting plants to choose from in any garden center or
Lowe's, Home Depot, or Walmart.
I have put together a little inspirational collage for you which comes from my Container Gardening
Pinterest board, where you will find links to the original source.
So now, get your green thumb warmed up and plant away!
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