I have always loved plants of all kinds. When I moved across country I gave away 30 houseplants that would not make the drive. I only brought my huge Boston fern which I babied for months until it finally gave into the dry desert climate.
Since then I have dabbled in many different categories of plants but have really fallen in love with succulents over the last 16 years.
I love everything about them and am determined to make both my indoor and outdoor succulent collections flourish, and of course survive the extreme desert in the summer months.
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I like to take pics of my babies for multiple reasons but mainly so I can reference their growth. A few of these pictured are sadly no longer around after the brutal summer of 2018. What I learned from this experience is that the established plants were ok in the summer but the new ones did not tolerate the extreme temps.
So to combat that I will be transitioning indoor babies to outdoors in the spring and monitor their progress. Bringing them back in when necessary.
My husband is building me a shelf next to a large window that has south western exposure. This will also serve as a little bar/table for the grandkids. Pics to follow.