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Aptenia cordifolia variegata 'Crystal' - Heartleaf Ice Plant

Mesembryanthemum 'Crystal' - Heartleaf Ice Plant

Product Details Highlights 'Crystal' (Mesembryanthemum cordifolium f. variegatum) (previously Aptenia) (Schwantes): A variegated cultivar of the Heartleaf Ice Plant from South Africa. Its glossy, heart-shaped leaves are lined in white and it grows either as a creeping ground cover in warm climates (zone 10+) or a lovely trailing variety in hanging pots. In full to partial sun the stems of this Ice Plant can grow up to 24.0" long. They're easy to prune, if desired, and stem cuttings will…

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Air Plant Wine Bottle Cork Magnets

Here's a clever way to upcycle those wine corks! I’ve been totally infatuated with air plants lately. I mean, what’s not to love about something that needs virtually no care at all? Moisture and nutrients are gathered from the air. #winecorks, #wine, #magnets, #upcycle, #DIY, #craft, #airplant, #cork This craft project couldn’t be easier and all you need is four items: 1. A wine bottle cork — maybe a cork from that special occasion that you want to remember. 2. A fast-dry…

Combine Succulent Potting Soil Ingredients

How To Make Your Own Succulent Soil (With Recipe!)

This 3 ingredient succulent potting mix recipe uses 3 parts potting soil, 2 parts coarse sand (turface or poultry grit), and 1 part perlite (or pumice). It is inexpensive, easy to make, and the best soil for succulents. Here are easy step-by-step instructions for how to make your own DIY succulent soil!

Sedum reflexum 'Blue Spruce'

Sedum reflexum 'Blue Spruce'

Product Details Highlights 'Blue Spruce' (Sedum reflexum, also known as Petrosedum rupestre) (Linné): A standout among hardy, low-maintenance, ground cover succulents. Its stiff, needle-like leaves hold a soft blue-green and flush salmon pink in winter. They are super hardy and will happily pass the winter under snow and tolerate temperatures down to -30F (zone 4). Once established, 'Blue Spruce' can tolerate months of drought but regular water in the spring to summer growing season will…

Senecio rowleyanus - String of Pearls

Senecio rowleyanus - String of Pearls

Product Details Highlights String of Pearls (Senecio or Curio rowleyanus) (Jacobsen): An all-time favorite for the way its bead-like leaves can cascade several feet. They originate in South Africa where they grow as ground cover in the shade of rocky outcroppings. Partial or filtered sun is ideal, as they are prone to sunburn if exposed to direct sun without a gradual, two week transition. In the wild, Senecio/Curio plants are dormant in summer and grow in winter, though this can shift under…

Sedeveria 'Harry Butterfield' - 'Super Donkey Tail' 'Giant Burro's Tail'

Sedeveria 'Harry Butterfield' - Super Donkey Tail

Product Details Highlights Sedeveria 'Harry Butterfield' (aka Super Donkey Tail or Giant Burro's Tail) (Wright): A phenomenal stemmed succulent that can sprawl and trail. It grows lots of large, pointed leaves of minty green. The foliage has a powdery coating of farina (epicuticular wax). This hybrid is a cross of Sedum morganianum x Echeveria derenbergii. Ideal for hanging baskets and easy to propagate from stem cuttings. Soft succulents will not survive a hard frost, but if there is a risk…

Sedum spurium oppositifolium

Sedum spurium var. oppositifolium

Vigorous spreading ground cover with flat, green leaves on stems up to 6.0" tall. It can tolerate a wide range of conditions and produces a sea of small white blossoms each summer, attracting pollinators. This species goes partially dormant in winter, losing its leaves and re-sprouting them each spring.

Sedum spurium Tri-Color (Tricolor)

Sedum spurium 'Tricolor'

Product Details Highlights Tricolor Stonecrop (also known as Phedimus spurius and Sedum spurium variegatum): A variegated cultivar not seen in the wild that can show not one, not two, but three colors when grown in full sun. S. spurium is a particularly popular ground cover succulent because it is a fast grower and can tolerate extended droughts, hard frosts, and poor soils. This cold hardy, creeping Sedum has wide, thin leaves and grows about 4.0" tall. It spreads well, even when neglected…

Sedum reflexum 'Blue Spruce'

Sedum (Stonecrop) for Sale Online

Cold hardy Sedum succulents: Low, spreading plants with diverse colors. Leaves are mostly small and fleshy. Available now online. Free Shipping on orders $75+