So, going back to the succulent garden that I have created per my return to Florida. It took me about one week, just to plant them all into the pots. It was thousands of cuttings, and leafs that I brought. I also brought a few cactuses. On my way, I picked up a few stones form different states, which I mixed with stones I picked at the beach of the Pacific Ocean and mostly in Malibu. Those went well in regards to the decor of my new succulent heaven. Then, I moved to developing my permaculture garden. All needed to be planted before the rainy season. Before I knew, it was pouring like hell!
Over one day, all my succulent have gone under water. As I have mentioned before, people were taking kayaks to get around, so you can only imaging of how my succulent garden looked. I was strongly considering just purchasing a few Koi fish to release them in my so what was called succulent garden and just let it be.
One by one I pulled it from under he water and re plant it into the dry soil, that I have purchased at hefty price from Home Depot. For the love of succulent and on the same day, I have built the elevated shelving so all my pots with succulents could drain properly. It took me three days to replant them all, and I am still not finished. . . I just took a little break to write this article.
As I was working on my project, I decided to turn a few of the plants into Bonsai Trees. I had three types of succulents that worked well for that new and inspiring project, mostly Jade plant and its’ variations. I have listed some of them in my store…
When you are truly passionate about something, no obstacles can stop you, not even seven tornadoes pushing your car of the bridge, as you are driving on it for 24 miles. As a succulent addict, you will do anything to get your high. I have created my beautiful desert succulent garden in the middle of Tropical Paradise. Now, I create my art using some of those plants. What a journey? Every piece of art that I post on Easy that has a succulent is special, for look what I had to go thought to make it happen?!
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