Do you have a wonky trailing Echeveria (or other succulent) with a weak or dying stem? I did! Here’s how I fixed my Echeveria Monroe and repotted it.Continue… “Repairing an Echeveria with a weak or rotted stem”
I have been procrastinating about mounting this Staghorn Fern BUT we got it done! It’s really easy as long as you have the right supplies: A piece of wood, twine, nails, hammer, sphagnum moss, and a Staghorn Fern!Continue… “Mounting a Staghorn Fern – the easy way!”
Remember back in April 2020 when I made the video about propagating Begonia erythrophylla ‘Beefsteak’ by water rooting and leaf cuttings?Continue… “Begonia Beefsteak Propagation: 2 Year Progress Update!”
PART 1: My husband came home with 2 gorgeous Desert Rose bonsai plants and it’s up to me to pot them up! First we reveal the massive caudex and treat a rot spot with sulfur powder before transferring to a new planter.
PART 2: We reveal a fantastically massive caudex, clean it up, and repot it in a new planter. And we get to see both newly potted plants side-by-side. Spoiler alert – they are gorgeous!Continue… “Parts 1 and 2: Potting up two BIG Desert Roses Bonsai plants (Adenium obesum)”
Here’s a chill video I made while tackling an overgrown pot of succulents – hang out with me and watch while you’re working with your own plants!Continue… “Taming an overgrown pot of succulents”
(CC – Closed Captioned) Genus, species, subspecies, variety, hybrid, cultivar, form… I wanted to make this video because not every plant we buy comes with an accurate label, and if you really want to be able to correctly identify something, you need to understand what’s in a name when it comes to finding the right name. Right? Right!
Bonus: How to pronounce Myrtillocactus geometrizans cv. ‘Fukurokuryuzinboku’
We just picked up a couple of large planters and I didn’t want to use up all of my good soil, so I turned to the recycling bin for a solution!Continue… “Use less soil filling a large succulent planter”
Trimming Old Lithops Leaves (and a rescue attempt!) If you live in a humid climate, you may find that the old leaves on your Lithops refuse to throughly dry. Here are some tips on what you can do to help remove them so water doesn’t get trapped between the old growth and the new plants (which would potentially cause them to rot.)Continue… “Trimming Old Lithops Leaves (and a rescue attempt!)”
Here’s a propagation progress video on the Graptopetalum paraguayense we started from leaves back in September! Can you believe it’s already been 10 months?? I also show you some of my favorite tools, a couple of newly acquired plants (not sucs but still fun!) AND a new little friend!Continue… “10 Month Succulent Propagations Update!”
PLANT MAIL TIME WOO! Here’s a fun and fast unboxing video featuring plants from Desert Bloom Nursery in the Texas Rio Grande Valley! ( https://desertbloomnursery.com )
I also show you the end results of how I chose to pot them up.