Xeria e-Zine

December 2019

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?

Xeria E-zine

The weather can be unpredictable - what happens when your plants get too much rain?  Here's an article to help with that;

Waterlogged Succulents

There is still lots of interest in the xeric garden, especially if you're a lazy gardener, like me.   I never cut back the perennial stalks, instead leaving them for the insects to use as overwintering homes.  Birds love that!

The Xeric Garden in winter

What's the difference between these two closely related plants?  They're both tough and resilient, and can survive some severe conditions;

What's the Difference Between Sempervivum and Echeveria?

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;

Strawberry Pot

If you've been toying with the idea of starting a backyard nursery with succulents, now's the time to access the e-course - the price will never be lower, as it's free, so get off the fence and join us!

Succulent Plant Business E-Course

Have a wonderful holiday season from Drought Smart Plants!