This post features my playing with succulents in the dome vlog. Check out the video which has tips and tricks for planting succulents.
Playing with Succulents in the Dome vlog
What would you do if you had a a dome that was 83*F on a cold (outside) late February day? Join me in the dome as I transplant and propagate some of my favorite succulents. In addition to succulent planting tips how I keep the succulents happy year-round. Firstly, be sure to watch the video entirely below:
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Playing with Succulents in the Dome
As noted in previous post, the succulents do best growing in a controlled space like the dome because the humidity together with sunlight.
Some of my favorite succulents to work with in the dome include:
- Aeonium Kiwi
- Dorotheanthus bellidiformis (Mezoo)
- Crassula pellucida ‘Variegata’ (Calico Kitten)
- Miniature sedum
- miniature stonecrop varieties
It is super easy to propagate these to make your personal garden grow or gift to friends.
Playing with Succulents and Skull Planting
In the vlog feature on this page I put together an interesting succulent planting featuring a trailing plant with skull. Because I have many different trailing succulents it is hard to just pick one for this project.
Equally important is the soil you use for any succulent planting. Always look for a loose soil that drains well. Lastly, perlite in the mix is nice for holding in the little water you may give the plant.
Check out my post about planting succulents indoors using recycled containers.
Do you love collecting succulents like I do? Maybe a dome or a sunroom addition is something you may need in the near feature to house all your collections. In conclusion to checking out my vlog I hope you consider commenting below.
Happy Playing with Succulents,