Life Succs

succulents in the rain

No, that’s not a typo: I am referring to succulents that go by the name of succs around here. Such a popular plant, they grow easily, and have become a green fashion accessory for apartment dwellers and those with brown thumbs. They require minimal attention and behave like undemanding pets. Just break off a pup from an older plant and, eccolà, a new one grows, artfully filling the container’s space in no time. I am inclined to snap bits off plants if they grow near a fence. Plants are to be shared. None of my succs were purchased. Although they do grow with minimal water, mine love to be watered often. Spoil them and see what happens.

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succulents create their own arrangements
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Anduze pot of succs.

For Ailsa’s travel series this weekend, Plants.

15 thoughts on “Life Succs”

  1. I have had a couple of genuine attempts at ‘succs’ but I must have a black thumb. We don’t have enough rain to not hand water them, and the weather here is so hot they must be watered, but I never seem to be able to figure out the right amount. Have killed a small fortune of them 😦 Good luck to Yvonne!

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    1. I thought they were indestructible. They don’t like frost. Mine seem to love a drink- hand watered. My only pest is the cockatoos, who sometimes fancy destroying’art’.

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  2. I’m a fan too, to me they are reminder of the gardens of my grandparents’… so an integral part of my nanna-style. While they are hardy too much tlc is a bad thing… our well meaning neighbour drowned half of ours when we we travelling through Vic even though I had said they would not need watering.

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