EUGENE, Ore. – Succulents are great indoor and outdoor plants that can may be a little tough to take care of, but can be propagated easily.
Succulents need to be watered from time to time and watched for signs of pests and disease. They can be easily propagated by ripping off a stem or a leaf and planting it in loose potting soil.
“So most succulents, sedums, are all really easy to take little baby plants and start new ones. It also benefits the existing plants, giving it a little more space to grow,” said owner Caleb Johnson, Johnson Brothers Garden Market.
If you looking for a variety of succulents you can find them at Johnson Brothers Garden Market in Coburg.
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