Spring planting is in full force and preparing your garden bed or patio pots are typically on the top of succulent fanatics to-do list. We have a succulent DIY craft that will fully display your favorite varieties as a living wall mosaic.
There is something sweet about spring. It is a season for new beginnings where you may see new life evident by the buds popping on tree branches, green grass, and vivid colors pushing through the soil.
Drought tolerant plants are here to stay. Whether you are a gardening beginner or an avid plant collector, succulents add a fresh, innovative perspective to everyday gardening.
As spring approaches in some areas, a cool and dreary winter trudges on in others. It is hard to put on our creative gardening cap when the front yard remains dormant and lifeless.
Have no fear! Spruce up your home and decorate indoors with succulents.
Sunny days are hard to come by in February and it is difficult to know when blue skies will appear. Until warmer temperatures come out to play, create your own ray of succulent sunshine with Sedeveria ‘Blue Elf,’ or better known as the “Happy Plant.”
While many regions of the United States face freezing temperatures and increased snowfall, the winter weather in Southern California beats to a different drum. Copious rainfall has brought a remarkably wet and active January, reversing several drought-stricken areas. Celebrating the reduction of drought restrictions, we must also keep an eye out for our friendly succulent friends.
Have you heard? Rosy cheeks are in.
Now that January is upon us, we pile on warm clothes and burrow into our blankets as the temperatures fall bringing with it a winter chill. Adventuring into the crisp, cool air with our frosty breath and rosy cheeks, the summer tans fade, but the apple-red glow appearing with long days spent outside are associated with natural beauty and good health.
Commonly known as the traditional Christmas plant, the Poinsettia has deep cultural and historical roots dating back to the sixteenth century. Used for a variety of purposes, ranging from practical to festive, the Poinsettia remains one of the most popular plants sold during the holiday season. Poinsettias provide a beautiful and bright hue for a one-of-a-kind accent piece in your home and garden.
Happy Holidays, succulent lovers! With only a few days left before the weekend, we hope that you have all of your festivities in order. For those last minute gift givers who are racking their brain in search of last minute presents for your loved ones, oh boy, do we have an idea for you.