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Lauren Dunec Design added this to Gardening 101: What to Know About Propagating SucculentsMar 11, 2018

4. Pot Up Rooted CuttingsAfter each cutting or plant pup has formed tiny roots, pot each in a small pot (with a drainage hole) filled with fresh cactus and succulent potting mix. Position the pot in an area that receives bright, indirect light for at least six hours a day, avoiding direct sunlight. Water lightly, but consistently, about once a week.

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Lauren Dunec Design added this to High-Impact Houseplants for First-TimersMar 6, 2017

7. Cactuses and SucculentsThese fleshy, sometimes spiny, plants are very easy to grow and come in a wide range of sizes and forms. Agave, aloe, echeveria, sedum, aeonium, kalanchoe and jade plants are all commonly available and do well in sunny spots indoors. Show off a collection of baby cactuses and succulents by grouping them together on a windowsill.Care tips: Grow most cactuses in full sun and most succulents in bright, indirect light. Use a fast-draining potting mix and allow the soil to partially dry out between waterings. Don’t overwater.

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Annie Thornton added this to Houzz Call: Show Us Your Windowsill GardenFeb 7, 2017

Succulents and cactuses. This Toronto windowsill features a mini bonsai, succulents and cactuses. The arrangement and matching white ceramic containers create an attractive and cohesive mini landscape.Tips: The owner of this garden rotates her plants 45 degrees every day so that all sides get equal sun. She also likes to keep a glass of water near the plants for extra humidity.

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Vanessa Brunner added this to 8 Space-Savvy GardensApr 12, 2012

Name: Afsaneh TajvidiLocation: Toronto, OntarioGarden size: A windowsillAfsaneh Tajvidi's Toronto condo doesn't have much sunny space for potted plants, and this windowsill was one of the few spaces she could spare. "Living in a condo, you need to look for plants in small sizes and types that don't grow very fast," she says. "I guess that was my philosophy for my windowsill garden: small plants in small pots." Above is a shot of her garden in January, where it still gets plenty of sunshine in the middle of the winter.

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Stacie searcy-ernsdorf added this to Idee di StacieSep 21, 2019

7. Cactuses and Succulents These fleshy, sometimes spiny, plants are very easy to grow and come in a wide range of sizes and forms. Agave, aloe, echeveria, sedum, aeonium, kalanchoe and jade plants are all commonly available and do well in sunny spots indoors. Show off a collection of baby cactuses and succulents by grouping them together on a windowsill. Care tips: Grow most cactuses in full sun and most succulents in bright, indirect light. Use a fast-draining potting mix and allow the soil to partially dry out between waterings. Don’t overwater.

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Room for Peace added this to Windowsill GardenAug 28, 2019

Bright and cheery small windowsill garden.

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walled1 added this to walled1's ideasJun 20, 2019

Different plant pots and succulents

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Ana Canalese added this to Succulent GardenMay 23, 2019

Cute little pots and plants- consider for inside

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corina added this to brendan inspirationJan 13, 2019

on kitchen window ledge or in dining room by window

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aesa added this to Window TreatmentsAug 19, 2018

You don't really have window sills. Like all the white pots and various plants

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HU-435714398 added this to Идеи пользователя webuser_435714398Jun 6, 2018

идея с мини растениями и маленьким подоконником

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Amanda Hofmeyr added this to interior featuresJun 5, 2018

for brightening those horrible aluminium windows

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