Yesterday my son suggested we start a cutting of every succulent plant we have. So….here it is, a 72 pod seed starting tray filled with succulent cuttings and I am a little embarrassed to admit, we have more varieties than this! We make our own succulent growing soil by mixing 1/2 potting soil, with 1/4 perlite and 1/4 sand. While rooting, we maintain moisture. After a few weeks, we will transplant these cuttings to 4-inch pots. Now, is a great time to propagate succulents from cuttings.
Go-out, out-live, out-think, and out-love.
We started the Black Cherry Tomatoes by seed from Baker Creek Rareseeds in the middle of February. End of June, we tasted our first tomatoes and are now picking handfuls a day. Beautiful sweet cherry tomatoes.
From the moment I wandered into the Clematis Garden at the entrance of Luscher Farms near Lake Oswego, Oregon, I was captivated by these fleshy flowers and fascinated by the mesmerizing seed heads. As a plant lover, I am continually humbled by the beauty and diversity of living things. I meandered through these gardens, moving with awe at the beauty of entering a space so fresh and new. I took just a few photos and eventually wandered out with eager excitement to learn more of the plant native to China sometimes called “traveler’s joy”. ...