Big beautiful succulents are one of the most expensive parts of putting your succulent planters together in the spring - why not learn how to successfully overwinter your own, and have the lush full look you need right away?
Learn how to winterize your succulents the right way - this e-course of five automatically emailed articles will show you exactly how to have the best success for your conditions.
It outlines several methods for bringing your plants in, with advantages and disadvantages of them all so you can decide which one will suit your conditions.
Each article deals with a different aspect of the things you'll need to know to keep your succulent plants happy and healthy, even during the cold and dark winter months.
Critical factors are soils, light and water, and most especially how to deal with any uninvited critters that might accidentally be brought in with the plants.
Some of the biggest problem pests are scale, mealy bugs and aphids - watch out for them, and learn how to prevent the damage they can cause.
Even if you don't have a designated plant room, see how you can easily provide the right situation for sending your plants into dormancy, for a really low maintenance option.
If you have bright windows, and you want to enjoy your plants as succulent house plants, I'll tell you how you can achieve that too.
The critical factors for each method are discussed in detail, so you can decide.
No more wondering if you've done the right thing, and your plants will be ready to go first thing in the spring.
Thank you so much for offering this overwintering class on line.
I am an avid gardner during the summer but just the past two winters have undertaken trying to overwinter some succulents inside.
You are being very helpful and I look forward to each article. NO matter when it arrives. Again, Thank you!
Fill out the form below to receive the FREE five part Winterizing Succulents E-Course, and get started; (In a hurry? Need information right now? Sign up instead to the Overwintering Tender Succulents E-Course).