If you have those succulents in containers as in the picture above you can take them in for winter. A friend of mine does just that each year. They are happy under the growlights he got for his plants. His ficus too remain evergreen. He keeps thanking me every year for having recommended them.I like those ideas but it all depends on where you live correct? Because I live in Canada where there is a lot of snow most of the year so that will really be hard to maintain right?
I wonder what happened there... let me see if I can fix that..
Here are some more pictures..,.. found very interesting.
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I am glad you like succulents now, Claudine. They are such versatile plants. I really like the way the use succulents as table decorations.Well, in the past I didn't really like them, because I'm not too fond of plants that don't have regular leafs or plants that look too exotic. I changed my mind thanks to this thread, now I really want to grow some succulents
This looks very pretty:
My son just made a succulent bowl for my daughter for her birthday, using cuttings from the garden and some indoor plants - it is sweet, and she's ecstatic.
He's 15, and my daughter just turned 19. And she's a real girly girl too, so she just loved the miniature garden.
I wish we had more of a variety of succulents available here. I wonder if there are any online nurseries in Canada that sell them.
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