Posts Tagged ‘succulent flowers’
A Succulent Flower Garden by Linda Bresler
Recently I visited a succulent garden with many more flowers than most. The home’s front and side yards of billow with waxy succulent blooms. These overlap plants with colorful foliage such as redRead More
Should You Cut Echeveria Flowers?
Here and in my new video, “Should You Cut Echeveria Flowers?” I explain why you should snip echeveria bloom stalks, and how you and your plants both benefit.Read More
Supermarket Kalanchoes: Succulents You Grow for Their Flowers
Supermarket kalanchoes (Kalanchoe blossfeldiana) are succulents you grow mainly for their flowers. They have been hybridized and sold as flowering plants long before succulents in general became popular. Succulents are plants that look like flowers, and although all succulents produce them, they’re generally not the reason people buy them. Yet this one succulent has been commercially…Read More