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Pinwheel Aeonium Care: How To Grow A Pinwheel Plant

By Becca Badgett, Co-author of How to Grow an EMERGENCY Garden

An attractive spreading plant, the pinwheel aeonium can grow happily in the ground or a container in shady to sunny spots. As winter growers, these branch freely and may reach two feet in conditions that mimic their native area. Learn more about the plant in this article.

Mardi Gras Succulent Info: How To Grow A Mardi Gras Aeonium Plant

By Becca Badgett, Co-author of How to Grow an EMERGENCY Garden

The ‘Mardi Gras’ succulent is a beautiful, multi-colored aeonium plant that readily produces pups. Click on the following article for tips on growing Mardi Gras aeonium plant so you can enjoy this interesting and colorful winter grower.

Growing Aeoniums – Learn About Caring For Aeonium Plants

By Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban Agriculturist

Aeoniums are fleshy leaved succulents that grow in a pronounced rosette shape. Growing aeoniums is easy in areas with few freezes. They can also grow indoors. Learn how to grow aeonium plants in this article.


How to Grow Agave

Agaves are grown for their dramatic foliage, not their flowers. One large agave is all you need to make a sculptural focal point in the garden. Just make sure there is plenty of room to walk around it, so no one accidentally brushes against the spiny tips. Agaves also can make a nice border grouping and are a textural contrast with other plants. Pairing them with ornamental grasses softens their hard edges. Plus, small agave species are excellent for containers, indoors or outside.

Agaves thrive on neglect. The key is to make sure they have well-draining soil and ample sunlight. When grown in an environment they like, they need very little supplemental care from you.


Uses for succulents

Succulents can be grown as stand alone plants in pretty containers. Many common household items, such as glass containers, teacups and silver sugar and cream dispensers make pretty succulent containers for individual plants.

It is also quite common to plant several succulents together in a dish or bowl to make a succulent garden.

Outdoor succulents, in warmer zones, look great planted around rocks in rock gardens. Large plants such as a hardy agave makes a great focal plant in a garden bed.


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