Xeria E-Zine April 2017

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Mud season is here, for the short time between the spring thaw, and summer dust.  Now's the time to get your planting done, scurry around doing spring chores, and between rainstorms, make sure you look at the flowers.

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Dust off the crafts that have overwintered under the snow - you might be surprised at how good they look.  Many of the plants need replacing, but luckily, they grow fast and quickly fill in the gaps.

Rejuvenating the Succulent Sphere

Someone asked my, Why is my Succulent Dusty?  Well, this is totally natural and not uncommon.  Many succulents need sunscreen, and this is how they do it.  Find out more here;

Why is my Succulent Dusty?

Now you've spent lots of cash on good quality garden tools, don't omit this important step to keep them around a long time.  Apart from leaving them out in the garden to rust, forgetting to clean them is the quickest way to wreck them.  Find out more about how to clean your garden tools here;

How to Clean Garden Tools

There's an app for that!  Get the Succulent ID App on your mobile device...

The Succulent ID App is ready to download onto your cellphone or other small device, and take with you wherever you go;

Want your succulents to survive the winter?  Learn how to bring them indoors and be happy and healthy with this free e-course;  Fill in your name and email address on the form below to enroll!

Winterizing Succulents E-Course

Winterizing Succulents E-Course - click here to sign up...

How can I keep my Succulents happy for the winter? Find out here!

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