Isn’t this Echeveria Laulensis breathtaking?🥰 I’ve decided to pump out a few more surprise listings to my Etsy shop. I don’t do surprise listings often but I felt these specific ones were healthy enough to include. .
Now the moment you’ve all been waiting for: the winners of this month’s giveaway are 🎉🎊 #email@example.com, #2@bundlez_o_joy, and #3@butterfly_0707 ! Congratulations to all three winners! Thank you everyone for participating in this month’s giveaway! It means so much to me for having your support in my very small business ❤️ Don’t be discouraged if you didn’t win, we’ll be seeing you in next month’s giveaway for another chance to win some rare beauties! Most importantly, I hope you all had fun and I look forward to hearing from you all again!
Succulents with blue/purple tones were used in this display. Recycling an old wicker waste paper bin, shells from a broken necklace and blue stones. Hopefully giving it a Summertime look. The 3 succulents are Senecio serpens/chalk sticks, Echeveria cana and Sedum spathulifolium purpureum. Wishing you all a sunny Sunday 💙💜
Just a view in the garden this #succulentsunday This cluster of Sempervivum Red Rubin are starting to spread their spikey leaves and sprout babies. Pretty soon they will close those gaps to create a red carpet. ♥️♦️ ♥️♦️♥️♦️♥️
3.23.19 - glad my imbricatas are still alive and well after all the heavy rain we’ve been getting this winter! if you haven’t been following me, i haven’t sheltered any of my ground/box succulents from rain this winter and so far i’m pleased with very minimal rot!!! i can’t believe it! i got sooo more rot from last summer than this winter! it’s bazaar! i know we have more rain coming next week but hopefully all my succulents make it through this home stretch to drought seasons haha #echeveriaimbricata#shgardenbox1#pastelsucculents