Succulents of all kinds are easy to use in crafts and projects; find the latest weird and wonderful ways to plant these tough yet beautiful plants in odd and unusual displays.
Growing them in containers or in gardens doesn't mean you'll be glued to the garden hose; they don't need lots of water.
Low maintenance doesn't mean dull; you'll see lots of fun ideas and ways to use drought tolerant plants in your garden.
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Mulching is one of the best ways to control weeds and also retain soil moisture; for xeriscapers this is a no brainer...
More Succulent Identification Solved; the puzzling mystery of these plants identity is solved, and they now have a name; this is the best way to find out how to take care of them...
I came back from vacation of 2 weeks and the beautiful spider plant in my office was dead, there was round dirt all over the window sill and beyond. Then
For several years I've been creating planters out of things that people throw away. I consider it my way of recycling. I don't go threw garbage. I live
Pottery, Ceramic and Glass Succulent Planters - Fun and Interesting Ideas...
One thick stalk with little thorns on little bumps/ridges with roughly 10 leaves sprouting from the bumps/ridges near the top. About 4 inches tall.
Senecio stapeliformis - snake like textured succulent
It’s a red colour with round shiny red leaves? Trailing
Rustic and Unique Containers for Succulent Plants Planting succulents in enamel ware will give you an endlessly different look for your garden. Vintage
Succulents love Hypertufa Planters...
The succulent in question has a fleshy stem from which the leaves project. The long narrow leaves have spiky margins and the leaves taper to points.
So I got a tiny Hibiscus seedling at a Horticulture show last January. It's in a pretty big pot on a lanai - good sun etc..etc.. I water it almost everyday
This is a picture that I've seen several times on the internet, and I think it's one of Thomas Hobbs fabulous planters. I really want to know what the
Bowl plantings - Dish Gardening...
Buy This Site and grow your own succulent gardening business...
Hello! I recently bought this at a nursery that sells orchids, succulents, cacti, etc. The owner said it was very rare and told me a name for it.. Devil's
Hello, I'd be grateful if you could help me identify this plant which I photographed hanging down from a balcony in London. It was at least two metres
I was gifted these succulents from Germany (southeast Germany- nearest town Bodenmais). I am in LOVE with them and want to make sure I take fantastic
Hello! I got these as favors from a wedding and am not sure what either of them are. The blackish purple one looks dead, but has a little bit of green
Best Fertilizer for Succulents - a resource of safe choices
I bought this succulent, thinking it's Crassula Coccinea but after it started growing taller, the plant started leaning towards the ground and it's producing
This plant has been my pride and joy all summer. It has bloomed constantly and is really easy to care for. Even now in October it´s producing new flower
Large broad leaves kind of scalloped on the edges. One has pretty red flowers the other yellow. I am woefully ignorant about ALL plants. I hope you can
Learn the tips and techniques for successfully Overwintering Geraniums...
Bought this at Home Depot, it has long leaves with a pointed tip. Each bud is rose shaped
My group is having a contest (its okay to ask for help with ID) and this plant looks like it would be a succulent but I have not seen it before. The prize
Drought Tolerant Plants can add a lush and luxurious look to your garden, xeric or not...
Unable to find a name or photo. Plant has pink fuzzy stems with striped leaves. The color in photo seems to be showing more pink but it is not exactly
Hello There, Thank you for the help in advance. I have two hens and chicks plants that I believe have been infected by aphids. I learned this based on
Blue in the Garden - using my favorite color...
Ice Plant, Mesembryanthemum
Variegated leaves, almost perfectly symmetrical pattern. Leaves seem to be shaped to channel water to the base of the plant.
Aptenia cordifolia 'Variegata', baby sunrose
I purchased a split rock plant in a 2 last month. it is now in bloom and just wonderful except I noticed that the outer 'stones' are shriveling up; is
Small( about 2 1/2 inches), roundish, light green, hairy with long off white whiskers. Bought @ an OSH 2 days ago and noticing holes appearing on it's
The Sanseveria, once so popular as a strikingly vertical accent was lost, but now has been rediscovered
I have a Mother-in-law plant that bloomed last year and again this year. I took pics. I browsed online because everyone told me theirs never bloomed.
Cryptanthus, or Earth Star - striped leaves
Hi, I have a plant in my conservatory that I brought home from the mediterranean a couple of year ago. It has now grown and started to fill a whole pot
I got it as a gift and it is dying. It has long, thick leaves which are spread out awkwardly over the edge of the pot. The longest leaves are probably
This rubbery little plant has chubby, grape-like leaves that pop when you squeeze them. When opened, the fluid inside the leaves is clear, they smell
This was labeled a Crassula when I bought it, but it doesn't seem quite like a jade to me. Those scalloped leaves? Is that jade-like? It grew so much
Hello, my black prince is getting soft and brown. It used to be really pretty and sturdy. I don't know what I'm doing wrong. It may be because of too much
This plant needs help but what is it and what care does it need? Older cactus was repotted and now seems to be dying. brown and splitting.
Plan ahead for spring color with Spring Flowering Bulbs...
If you do nothing else this fall, plant Crocuses...
It seems this succulent is reaching but it has just started this and I'm not sure it should be so tall. Bottom leaves have brown tips.
Not sure what this is, but I don't want to treat it as a weed if it isn't. Doesn't seem to match any of the known weeds I've searched for. I live in Northern
This mystery succulent has thick fleshy large leave, which in my opinion are beavertail shaped. Each leaf growing from the stem seems to hug the stem.