Oh, No! Something’s Wrong with My Succulent!

Six thousand views in three months! My new video, “Oh, No! Something’s Wrong with My Succulent!” helps you identify and treat over two dozen common succulent problems. So, what’s going on here? This colony of Aloe brevifolia is bunny-bitten.

It’s Spring!
Time to Feed Your Succulents

Fertilize succulents when they’re emerging from dormancy and beginning their annual growth spurt, which for most is spring. A light feeding of manure tea, diluted fish emulsion, or a balanced fertilizer will help them grow lush and lovely. See my video. 

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Debra Lee Baldwin at Succulent Gardens Nursery

Debra Lee Baldwin

Welcome! This site, as well as my three books on succulents, are dedicated to helping you grow and enjoy a wide variety of “plants that drink responsibly” in landscapes, gardens, containers and design projects. Jump right into information on succulents, check out the most frequently asked questions about succulents, or continue down the homepage. Enjoy, and thanks for visiting!

 

Which of my books is best for you?

 

Designing With Succulents by Debra Lee Baldwin

Designing With Succulents

“Baldwin hit the mark…Her easy to understand writing style is user friendly to the backyard gardener, yet the breadth of information is just as appealing to the expert. Baldwin should be commended for what might be the best succulent landscaping book written to date.” – Scripps Howard News Service

Succulent Container Gardens by Debra Lee Baldwin

Succulent Container Gardens

“…wows you with images and descriptions of creative designs and displays. Every aspect of cultivation from sun exposure to watering, repotting, soil choices, and selecting containers is presented in a writing style that is not only informative, but bubbles up from the page.” – Fine Gardening Magazine

Succulents Simplified by Debra Lee Baldwin

Succulents Simplified

“Whether you’re just starting out with succulents or looking to grow your collection, this book contains everything you need to know to grow them successfully — design ideas, seasonal care tips, quick projects, and a list of the top 100 easiest kinds, from bizarre to beautiful.” – Sunset Magazine

“The growing interest in succulents on the part of the gardening public can be attributed primarily to one person: Debra Lee Baldwin.”

– Australian nurseryman and author Attila Kaptitany, in his address to the biennial convention of the Cactus & Succulent Society of America.

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My goal is to share the beauty of waterwise, easy-care succulents in gardens, containers and landscapes via blog posts, newsletters, public speaking and workshops, photos, videos, merchandise, and social media. I am happy to champion the growing love of succulents.
Debra Lee Baldwin- Garden Photojournalist and Author