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This page contains growing guides for a variety of succulents including medicinal plants such as aloe.



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Hens and Chicks

Growing Hens and ChicksThis page is about growing hens and chicks. These semi succulents grow best in poor soil conditions, and are especially suitable for the rock garden.


Haworthia Bloom Failing - bent bloom stalk

Haworthia Not Blooming?This succulent, native to South Africa, is often sold as a houseplant. They produce multiple small flowers on a relatively tall stem. This is a page about haworthia not blooming.


An aloe plant in a pot.

Growing AloeThis is a page about growing aloe. Not only is aloe a neat looking plant, it has medicinal uses too. It is easy to grow aloe at home and have access to its soothing qualities the next time you get sunburned.


Succulents in a pot.

Caring for a Succulent?This is a page about caring for a succulent. Succulents are typically very easy to grow. There are a few specific things to keep in mind to ensure their health. Do not over or underwater. For more succulent care tips check out this page. This is a page about caring for a succulent.


Succulent Plants Make Wonderful Gifts

Giving Succulents as GiftsSucculents are easy to propagate and equally easy to grow. This makes them a good and often inexpensive choice for gift giving. This is a page about giving succulents as gifts.


Growing Purslane (Portulaca) oleracea

Growing Purslane (Portulaca)This is a page about growing purslane (portulaca). Thriving in a hot, dry climate these edible plants, also called pigweed, are known for their anti-inflammatory properties.



Haworthia Bloom Failing - bent bloom stalk

Haworthia Bloom Failing?I've had my haworthia for I think two maybe three years now and this year it decided it would bloom for the first time.


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Growing Hens and Chicks Plants?Can I grow them in the full shade?


Caring for a Succulent

Caring for a Succulent?My succulent has been looking a little off lately. It's an echeveria agavoides, if that helps. Have I been overwatering? Underwatering? Not enough or too much light?


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