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Succulent Winners for September

Succulent Winners for September


succulent winnersThank you everyone who shared their favorite cactus and succulent photos on our Facebook page for the September Free Succulent contest.  Three people were chosen by random draw as the Succulent Winners for the month this morning.  Winners are listed below as well as on Facebook.  Albeit not as humorous as previous contests, it gives me great pleasure every time I virtually meet a person who adores these strange little (and big) plants as much as I do.  It also reminds me that I am not alone in the world of succulent addiction; there are thousands of us out there!

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The photo above shows the three prizes that will be shipped tomorrow to:

Amber Tellez

Ali Walter

Diane Bakken Collins


Congrats to our winners! I will be in touch to get your shipping addresses soon. Thank you again for entering our monthly contests. Stay tuned for the rules and prizes for the October Free Succulent Contest!

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Until next time enjoy the succulent flowers of the day – all discovered in the nursery this morning!

echeveriaflower flower adromischus cristatus flowersHave a succulent weekend!

Plant Whisperer

 

Gardening as Therapy

Gardening as Therapy


 

There is something so calming and therapeutic about gardening. Especially when your garden is full of strange succulents in bloom. I may be a tad bit obsessed with the echeveria ‘elegans‘ that are blooming throughout my yard but their fluorescent pink and yellow flowers can bring a smile to my face even when I have a busy 2.5 year old pulling at my leg.

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echeveria 'elegans'Betsy Dru Tecco’s article “A Therapeutic Garden” from Better Homes and Gardens is a fantastic reference article on using gardening as therapy. Being in touch with nature can be stimulating for the mind, body and soul. Gardening is an excellent activity to do with your children as well. Even at age 2.5, my son is aware of  succulents and other plants when we are out around San Diego. He has his own little garden, 75% of it contains his rock collection and a few toy cars, but he is always mindful of his plants. He is learning that he needs to “be gentle” and the responsibility of taking care of something.

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