There's only a few days left before the end of the year. What does your new year look like? Will you grow succulents? Move into a new direction and get rid of your lawn?
The weather can be unpredictable - what happens when your plants get too much rain? Here's an article to help with that;
Now is the time to get those hardy succulent seeds started, things like Jovibarba, Sempervivum, Rosularia and Orostachys. They need to be 'stratified' which means specially treated so they can germinate. Let winter take care of it;
What's the difference between these two closely related plants? Apart from the fact that one loves cold temperatures in the winter and the other one doesn't;
Do you love your old strawberry pot?
These clay pots are not frost proof, so you have to take them apart to protect them for the winter if you live in a cold climate.
See the many ways I've changed things around in mine;
If you've been toying with the idea of starting a backyard nursery with succulents, now's the time.
The Succulent Plant Business e-Book contains everything you need to know to get started with your very own dream business.
Have a wonderful holiday season from Drought Smart Plants!