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Succulent Frames

Here are some of the latest I’ve been working on… more to come!

(And of course, they are for sale and can easily be shipped! Custom orders are made within one week and you can specify what colors, sizes, etc.)

Comments

  • Laura #1

    Love it! It all makes sense now. Worth the bloody fingertips.

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  • GwendolynGarden #3

    What a great idea! We should all plant more succulents!

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  • joey #4

    Wow, succulents are sure the hot gardening topic this spring. Love it!

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  • Curbstone Valley Farm #5

    I’m very impressed. I’ve never really worked with succulents, but the frames you’ve made are beautiful.

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  • james #6

    I never thought you can do that with succulents as they are so fragile. How long does it last like that? Or are they just for deco purpose?

    Thanks for the visit & comments on my blog.

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    • Jenn #7

      They should last for about a year or two as is… I tell my clients to bring them in the shower for watering about once a month or so. Then you can pull them apart and plant them in pots or the garden. I’ve had one for about three years going strong. A foliar fertilizer spray helps, too.
      I’m making more with orchids and even african violets.

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  • Mike #8

    Wow, those are really beautiful. I seriously doubt that you will have any problems finding homes for them.

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  • Stevie #9

    gorgeous! gorgeous! gorgeous!

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  • Helen Yoest @ Gardening With Confidence #10

    Succulents are hot! Even in Raleigh, there are several that are hardy here. Nice the way you have them displayed!

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  • Rurality #11

    Wow, succulent art. Very nice!

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  • Matti #12

    Just gorgeous! Great color combo. Matti

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  • Easy Organic Gardening Tips #13

    Those are very beautiful. In all my time gardening, I have not seen frames right like those. Keep up the great work with your blog.

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  • Sylvana #14

    I love succulents and you have such a great variety here! I definitely need more.

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  • The Idiot Gardener #15

    Now, as someone who doesn’t like flowers or plants that can’t be eaten, I must admit that they are really good looking. I watched the vids of you making some and thought “no”, but now I am impressed!

    Kudos!

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  • Skeeter #16

    These are wonderful! Your color combinations are so complimentary to one another! Good job…

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  • debsgarden #17

    These are beautiful. What a great idea!

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  • Autumn Belle #18

    Some of these succulents look like green, juicy rose flowers.

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  • Helen #19

    These compositions are really gorgeous! Succulents have such beautiful colors and sculptural shapes. These are artworks in themselves. Amazing that they grow like that, without dirt, I would never have guessed.

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  • Genevieve #20

    Those are stunning, Jenn! Really gorgeous pieces… Love it.

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  • Gail #21

    Love the succulent frames! Very creative…gail

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  • Blackswmapgirl Kim #22

    Beautiful, Jenn. I love the delicate-looking moss as a counterpoint for the sturdy succulents.

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  • Gail #23

    I am interested in your framed succulents, can you contact me about sizes and prices and shipping to TN! gail

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  • Kathryn Burdett #24

    Nice pictures.

    We’ve been supplying organic based, foliar
    fertilizer to farmers, growers and home gardeners
    for 30 years.

    Recently we started a site called The Fertilizer
    Guide dot com, which your readers will get value
    from. We want people to understand the big
    picture with fertilizers, as well as how to get
    better results for themselves.

    Keep up the great work!

    Here’s to more natural growing!

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  • Kipu Nerek #25

    Great tips to follow. Being professional and showing them there’s more to come I think are the most important. You need to give them a great article, that makes them want to come back. And then make sure you don’t disappoint.

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  • Easter Schneiter #26

    Your Article is Very HelpFull , Thank you very much

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