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spring succulents

IMG_1.jpg IMG_2.jpgIMG_3.jpg IMG_4.jpgIMG_5.jpg IMG_7.jpgIMG_8.jpgIMG_6.jpg IMG_9.jpgEarlier last month I went on a succulent shopping spree. Having killed the majority of my plants over the past year, I feel as if I now have a firm grasp on what not to do when trying to grow succulents. With some extra help from a few friendly workers at Home Depot, and this wonderful article from Kinfolk Magazine, I am feeling effervescent (my word of the day). Lookout, Spring, here I come.

“Often by April the snow has melted, to return to the prairie, one hopes, only for brief periods. It is a season of muted colour that holds a special beauty.”

Emory

The above quote comes from Courtney Milne, Prairie Light
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7 Comments

  1. Emory, love this post! Succulents are the best! I love the variety of the different pots, so cute and interesting!

    Thanks for checking out my blog post on painted terra cotta pots!
    -Katie

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  2. Love that lace skirted planter… great idea! Such pretty bits of springiness :) ❤

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  3. So much to love about succulents! Looks like you planted them well in proper planters. We hope ours don’t die without a hole for water to drain!

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  4. Geek Gardens

     /  04/03/2014

    Emory, thanks so much for you kind words on my blog! I love how you used your succulents here. Simple and very tasteful! Hooray for spring!

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  5. Mum

     /  04/01/2014

    Succulent. Makes you want to eat the word. Yes Emma you pay wayyyy too much attention to them. Little water and ignore. Let them do their thing.

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  6. hungryhungryhippo404

     /  04/01/2014

    Ooh lovely! From my experience, I say don’t overwater them, and otherwise they should be all fine. Good luck! :-)

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