Moss planters by SuperMoss make great centerpieces and gifts. They are perfect for filling with succulents like sempervivum.Each form is covered with green moss and lined with plastic so they can be used indoors. The plastic can be removed for use outside. They are easy to plant and easier to care for than wreaths and other hanging planters.
As hens and chicks grow, their bottom leaves will shrivel up and die. Sometimes this is caused by overwatering, underwatering, not enough light or other stresses to the plant. Other times though, it is just the variety. Some varieties have lots of leaves die back during the winter while others lose hardly any. It isn't necessary to remove the dead leaves, but it does a lot to help make the plants look pretty again. Removing the dead leaves from hens and chicks is fairly easy. The time reqread more
After a season of growth and a long dormant winter, Sedums can be pretty overgrown and ratty looking. To keep them looking their best it may be helpful to prune them back in the early spring.Different varieties of Sedums behave differently during the winter. Some are herbaceous and die back to the ground. Other are deciduous, losing their leaves in winter. Finally, some varieties are evergreen.If you don't give your deciduous and evergreen sedums a haircut they will develop bald spots around theread more
Autumn is officially here. Out in the garden the corn stalks have turned brown, the tomato plants are dying and vines are starting to wither. However, there is one bright spot. The pumpkins are bright orange and ready to harvest.Pumpkins are the stars of the season. We carve them, eat them and decorate with them. Well, as luck would have it, they also make great planters for succulents and it is so easy.Here's what you need:Pumpkin Spray AdhesiveSphagnum MossGlue GunSucculent CuttingClippersYread more
The care guidelines for succulents are pretty simple and straightforward, but who wants to follow the rules? Succulents are cool plants and people want to use them like an art medium, planting them upside-down, in glass, indoors, etc. This is one of my favorite things about hens and chicks; you can get creative with them. We are often asked about growing sempervivum indoors in all different light levels. Semperivuvm have their ideal conditions and then they have conditions that they can surread more