This is a good read if you’re still on the fence about succulents. They can look very lush and inviting! Succulents can solve your garden problems. Call or text me to schedule a consultation on incorporating succulents and other water-wise plants into your landscape.
If ever see me working and wonder what I’m actually doing when I’m reworking healthy succulents, watch this video by my mentor, Laura Eubanks. She offers so much good information online on caring for your succulents! How to Prune Your Succulents! – YouTube — Read on m.youtube.com/watch
Descriptions of 5 very drought tolerant perennial plants. This site has a lot of articles that are simple to read with good information on growing. — Read on www.mygardeninsider.com/show-me-how/top-five-drought-tolerant-plants
Fool all your friends into thinking your garden goes on forever — Read on www.architecturaldigest.com/story/small-backyard-ideas-illusion/amp
Aloe thraskii at San Marcos Growers — Read on www.smgrowers.com/products/plants/plantdisplay.asp Laura Eubanks told me that this plant grows well by the beach. I trust anything Laura says.
Mealy bugs are bugs that look like cotton specks that like to live in the tight spaces on your succulents. Once you see them, you need to deal with them asap and if you have a few, the good news is they are easy to treat. This sheet has a recipe for deterring mealy bugs. Mealie … More Those Pesky Mealy Bugs
There is a common misconception that all cacti and succulents grow best in full sun, planted in pure sand, and never need much water or nutrients. In reality, most kinds can survive much neglect, but will thrive under better conditions. Succulent Care
Succulents can be Winter growers or Summer Growers. Learn about it SucculentDorm