Amy Renea
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Summer Blooms

Allenaim Photography and 'A Nest for All Seasons'
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http://www.anestforallseasons.blogspot.com

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Amy Renea added this to Hamster Wheel Garden Wreath
Simply place the cut end of the leaf into a base of soil, and before long, the plant will start sending up leaflets. After a few months, the entire plant can be transplanted to another pot or straight into the garden, or you can use it in another living wreath.

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shelleyn17 added this to shelleyn17's ideas
March 20, 2013
Living Wreaths
flykiwi added this to my new garden, edible
July 7, 2012
you pull off leaves from the bottoms of the various stems, don't throw them away. Succulents can root from stems as well as from leaves, so each of those leaves can create a new plant. Add to ideabook by Amy Renea by Amy Renea Simply place the cut end of the leaf into a base of soil, and before long, the plant will start sending up leaflets. After a few months, the entire plant can be transplanted to another pot or straight into the garden, or you can use
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March 21, 2012
Garden
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February 20, 2012
Simply place the cut end of the leaf into a base of soil, and before long, the plant will start sending up leaflets. After a few months, the entire plant can be transplanted to another pot or straight into the garden, or you can use it in another living wreath
lauriekerr added this to lauriekerr's ideas
February 20, 2012
Plant wreath
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February 20, 2012
The idea of weaving succulents to reinvent the wheel is so unusual.
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February 20, 2012
pavairošana
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February 19, 2012
Make in spring
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February 18, 2012
Plant cuttings
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