Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Saving the Succulents

We recently inherited some succulents (Sempervivum arachnoideum's, to be exact.) from some old subletting neighbors who left them behind.  They were looking pretty sad, so I've decided to try to save them.
Also, I've discovered that our cats won't try to eat them (like every other house plant we've tried to have.)  That's always a plus.

Certainly it's not as important as saving the planet or the whales, 
but saving the succulents is pretty important too, right?


Julie said...

Very important!!! They are so way you could let them die completely...thanks for saving them!

Drought Smart Plants said...

Oh definitely save them - then next year you can make succulent topiaries and mosaics and all kinds of beautiful crafts to display them. Did you know there are thousands of varieties and species - and they're all different! Sempervivum are one of my absolute favorite plants, and for good reason.

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