Gardening with | Succulents
My first introduction, to these thick, fleshy (succulent) leafed plants, was actually very recent, just around August 2015, at one of our local markets, the Upmarket. I instantly fell in love and bought 4 from Melissa, a vendor there. She's been selling imported succulents and since grabbing my first succulent family, I have since re-potted them, lost some, propagated just a couple and still trying to learn about this so-called hardly plant family. Plant killers lemme get an Amen. Sigh.
According to Wiki, Succulents are:
Thing is I am a hit or miss gurl, both in the kitchen and in the garden so I have decided to document what I have learned, what I do, what works and what doesn't so that I can use these as little reminders/ garden references as I continue on cooking and gardening myself.
- 3 parts Potting Mix
- 3 parts Sand (Beach Sand)
- A pair Gloves
- 1 bowl Mixing Bowl
- 1 shovel Hand Shovel
- 1 Potting Container (Shallow)
- 1 Tiny watering/ spray can
- 1 minimum Lot of succulents for your garden
I used to this to make this printable gardening guide.