WHAT IS AEONIUM? Well, it’s a genus and a proud member of the stonecrop family (Crassulaceae). What does aeonium mean? Its name sounds Greek because it is. Aeonium stems from a Greek root word that means ageless or immortal. Now that's apropos since aeonium is easy to grow and easy to propagate >> plus it can live for years! Find out more and check out these top 4 aeonium favorites!
What’s the best pot for succulents? The best pot for succulents depends on you, your personality, your preferences – and your imagination! Rediscover, renew, and repurpose old containers. Let the recycling and creativity begin!
What are the different kinds of cactus? Why are they superheroes in the plant world? Click here to learn more!
How to make a fairy garden. Looking for a summer project for kids? Want to share your love for gardening? Need a creative kids' birthday party theme? Find out how to make a succulent fairy garden: a fanciful project that involves your children’s imaginary friends! This DIY garden activity is fun, educational, and a natural diversion from the digital screen. It's also an opportunity for meaningful family time.
You aren’t the first person to discover that your succulent is dying - and you certainly won’t be the last. No matter how much experience you have, there are many reasons this could have happened. This guide will show you how to revive your succulent. But first, it’s important to understand what caused the problem in the first place.
Learning how to propagate succulents is easy to understand and smart to apply. After all, can you ever have too many succulents? And besides, folks always welcome gifts from your gorgeous garden of goodies! So here’s a quick primer on the do’s and don’ts of how to propagate succulents.