Martha Stewart Living & Propagating Succlents

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Succulents are great little plants... 
the kind that are not only easy to grow but are easy to propagate and care for.

This beautiful cover photo is the work of photographer Matthew Williams.

Page 17 is for all the succulent lovers like me out there...

In gorgeous photos and easy DIY instructions

Martha takes you through the steps to start and care for your own baby succulents.

By breaking off pieces of older plants and following Martha's complete directions,
you can easily start your own little garden.

This article was great news to me as I had some 
older succulents that were ready for a trim.  

Using hints from Martha it was easy to propagate 
my own brand new garden of succulents.

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  1. Growing up in California my mom had succulents in pots everywhere on the patio. The closest to a regular plant was a spider plant. So when I moved to cold Minnesota, succulents were not a great choice which was fine. Now I find myself wanting them again since blogland is so much more creative with them than my mom ever was.

  2. ohhh fun! I need to do this to some of my Nana's plants!




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