Winter's coming, you can feel it in the air. Luckily, many succulents thrive in the cold, and actually prefer to be under a nice warm blanket of snow. I am always amazed at how well they survive even the brutally cold temperatures we had last year, in the now infamous Polar Vortex.
My Succulent Crafts E-Course is bustling with energy, with lots of attendees and I can't wait to see where they take their creativity.
If you want a boost in your craft making endeavors, this will be something you won't want to miss.
Several of you contacted me to be a recipient of my offer of five free courses - I couldn't possibly decide, because you all sent me such lovely notes along with your request, so you all got one! Have fun with it!
In time, I'm going to put on more of these, because they've been so well received.
Here is a new craft that could be on the list;
Ferns come in all shapes and sizes, and fill niches in almost all corners of the earth, not just hot and humid tropical environments. They are millions of years old, and there are fossils of almost identical plants - that shows that they are capable of adapting to changing conditions and are constantly evolving.
Do you live in a condominium complex or a strata with a home owners association? You are not alone. Sometimes, living in places like that is a mixed blessing; sure they take care of all the maintenance of the building and grounds, but it's not always as carbon neutral as you would like. How do you get your HOA to listen to reason?
That's it for this month - stay warm, and get your succulents indoors if they're tender so they'll overwinter. Sign up for my free Winterizing Succulents E-Course - look for the picture of the beautiful planters overflowing with tender plants in the right hand column.
Interested in having your very own website and online business? I've got too much on my plate, so I've made the difficult decision to sell one of my sites - this could be the perfect opportunity for the right person;