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Spring Gardens Plants Succulent Live plants Aeonium Irish Bouquet

Succulents are Perfect to add to any garden indoors or out. Great in Terrariums too.

Great as party favors and or centerpieces for any party or Wedding

Technically, a succulent is any plant with thick, fleshy (succulent) water storage organs. Succulents store water in their leaves, their stems or their roots. These plants have adapted to survive arid conditions throughout the world, from Africa to the deserts of North America.
Fortunately for us, this adaptive mechanism has resulted in an incredible variety of interesting leaf forms and plant shapes, including paddle leaves, tight rosettes, and bushy or trailing columns of teardrop leaves.

Succulents prefer bright light, such as found on a south-facing window
Succulents are much more cold-tolerant than many people assume. As in the desert, where there is often a marked contrast between night and day, succulents thrive in colder nights, down to even 40ºF. Ideally, succulents prefer daytime temperatures between 70ºF and about 85ºF and nighttime temperatures between 50ºF and 55ºF.

Succulents should be watered generously in the summer. The potting mix should be allowed to dry between waterings, but do not underwater. During the winter, when the plants go dormant, cut watering back to once every other month. Overwatering and ensuing plant rot is the single most common cause of plant failure. Be aware, though, that an overwatered succulent might at first plump up and look very healthy. However, the cause of death may have already set in underground, with rot spreading upward from the root system. A succulent should never be allowed to sit in water.

**Listing is for 1 rosette or group with well established roots. Shipped bare root

If you would like more than one please let us know and we can do a custom order for you with a discount on multiples.

We also can attach a card for you...just tell us who what and where.
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Spring Gardens Plants Succulents Live Plants Aeonium Irish Bouquet


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