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November 2018

Brr!  Cold weather is here - they say it's below normal for temperature.  Climate change is really kicking in here.  We've gone from floods in the spring, to wildfires and drought all summer, to early snow and cold and it's barely the middle of November.  What next?

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My favorite hardy succulents are snuggling into their dormant period - one of the most important times of year for them is this winter dormancy.

Find out more here;

Sempervivum in Winter

I've been asked if I accept guest posts - the answer is yes!  Now you can write articles for publication on Drought Smart Plants.  If you have something to say about gardens, succulents or related topics, let's talk;

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Planting up containers for a winter display?  Here are some ideas and tips for you;

How Many Plants should go in a shallow dish garden?

The Succulent ID App is justly popular - it's got over 30,000 downloads onto your devices in the past few months. 

It gets frequent updates such as more great plant pages, and other offerings as well, including access to the Succulent Care Handbook, right in it, and other resources too. 

If you have a mobile device, you need this app - did I mention that it's free?

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

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


Still wanting more?  Join the Facebook group Rustic and Succulents DIY - we'd love to see you there!