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Windowsill Succulents

With the first frost, our collection of potted succulents must be brought in from the cold. After spending summer out in the alpine garden, they are brought indoors to the living room window.Unlike the other fall chores, this one is easy: just gather up the pots and set them on the windowsill shelf. And when it comes to houseplants, succulents are among the most easy to care for.

Succulents

Succulents in their winter home, on the windowsill.

Place the Succulent Garden Trio on a sunny windowsill. Trio includes string-of-buttons, jade and propeller plant.

With the first frost, our collection of potted succulents must be brought in from the cold. After spending summer out in the alpine garden, they are brought indoors to the living room window.

Unlike the other fall chores, this one is easy: just gather up the pots and set them on the windowsill shelf. And when it comes to houseplants, succulents are among the most easy to care for. Even inexperienced gardeners can grow them successfully. Our collection brightens winter days with its interesting forms and textures. Once-a-week watering is usually sufficient.

For more on the topic, read Growing Succulents in Containers, where you can learn to grow succulents in small dishes or troughs made from stone, terracotta, concrete or hypertufa.

David Grist
Online Content Coordinator, Gardener’s Supply

8 Comments

  1. Anonymous
    November 1, 2010    

    My Christmas cactus is blooming beautifully today! The palm tree starters would do better if the cats would stop eating them.

  2. Anonymous
    November 1, 2010    

    The “Growing Succulents…” link isn’t working.

  3. November 1, 2010    

    Thanks, we’ve fixed the link.

  4. November 2, 2010    

    Love that darkest burgundy Echeveria – very nice!

  5. November 16, 2010    

    I love growing succulents. They are so easy to grow and to propogate!

  6. November 20, 2010    

    Well these plants are need very less care and it also looks very good to. I have also some plants in my home.

  7. November 26, 2010    

    My Christmas cactus is blooming beautifully today! The palm tree starters would do better if the cats would stop eating them.

  8. December 8, 2010    

    Succulents make a great gift for newbie gardeners because of the low maintenance that they require. Water once a week and your good to go. Thanks for sharing.

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