Flora Grubb Gardens
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Flora Grubb Gardens

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May 25, 2014
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“Most people think of succulents as those cute rosette-shaped plants with plump leaves and minimal, if any, spines,” says Grubb. “One of their charms is how easily they root from cuttings. They’re amazingly durable and persistently beautiful, and thus perfectly amenable to being used as ornaments for a couple of months. We love how they look suspended in a tree — cutting upon cutting. What distinguishes the ornament from the tree is that when the tree comes down, the ornament can go into a pot to become a new plant on the windowsill or in the garden.”

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bebop730 added this to Gardens
September 7, 2014
Succulents: “One of their charms is how easily they root from cuttings. They’re amazingly durable and persistently beautiful, and thus perfectly amenable to being used as ornaments for a couple of months. We love how they look suspended in a tree — cutting upon cutting. What distinguishes ornament from tree is that when tree comes down, ornament can go into pot to become new plant on windowsill or in garden.”
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March 14, 2013
Succulent Ornament - $19.00 » These unique holiday ornaments made from plant cuttings will last well through the winter season and beyond. After the holidays, the cuttings will happily take to planting and may even begin to sprout new roots while still hanging on the tree
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March 13, 2013
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"Most people think of succulents as those cute rosette-shaped plants with plump leaves and minimal, if any, spines,” says Grubb. “One of their charms is how easily they root from cuttings. They’re amazingly durable and persistently beautiful, and thus perfectly amenable to being used as ornaments for a couple of months. We love how they look suspended in a tree — cutting upon cutting. What distinguishes the ornament from the tree is that when the tree comes down, the ornament can go into a pot to become a new plant on the windowsill or in the garden.”
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