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Kokedama

Kokedama means "moss ball" in Japanese. It is a style of bonsai gardening used to display plants by suspending the sphere shape by string or yarn. We like to think of kokedama as "living pots." 

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Simple succulent projects for holiday decorating.

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Which succulents will survive the cold? Learn more about hardy succulents here.

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Fall and winter means it's time to propagate dudleya plants!

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Topdressing is the trick to finishing your succulent container gardens so they look professionally planted.

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 Succulents can be an important part of edible gardens. Their flowers attract and support a variety of pollinators--from insects, to birds, to mammals.

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 Learn about the origins of cacti and how to care for them.

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Baylor Chapman will be at this year's Succulent Extravaganza. She has generously shared with us, and you, a recipe from her new book! Check it out!

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Learn tips about photographing succulents from Saxon Holt, and get a preview of how he's going to help you become a better garden photographer at this year's Succulent Extravaganza.

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Lotsa Agaves in flower at the nursery right now! 

There are numerous sizes, forms, and colors of these gorgeous plants. Here are some of our favorites.

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