Guest Post: Succulents and Sunshine

A few weeks ago, I went to the Build Your Blog Conference in Salt Lake City.  I met so many amazing bloggers, but I fell in love with Cassidy from Succulents and Sunshine.  Not only is she the sweetest person, but she is incredibly talented. Cassidy blogs about succulents (and knows everything there is to know about succulents),  and her photography is amazing! When I met her, she was wearing these earrings.  Succulent earrings and ring made by Succulents and Sunshine

Seriously?!  How cool is this jewelry?   Here in Indiana, we are all completely over this winter.  It’s been another incredibly cold and rough winter, so succulents are the perfect thing to bring us all out of our (despressing) winter hibernation!  Enjoy!  

I am so excited to be featured on Sincerely Sara D. today! I met Sara at a conference we went to recently and loved everything about her and her website! My blog, Succulents and Sunshine, is all about growing succulents. I talk about how to take care of, propagate and make awesome things with succulents! They are really awesome plants and great for anyone interested in growing plants, whether you have a green thumb or everything you touch seems to die (like me!). I’ve put together a list of some of my posts to get you started with succulents! If you don’t own any succulents you’ll need to know where to buy them and what to look for to get the best deal, so start with these two posts. Where to Buy Succulents Locally and Online - Succulents and Sunshine What to Look for When Buying Succulents - Succulents and Sunshine

Once you’ve got your beautiful plants, be sure you have the right soil and know how to water them. Over watering is the number one way to kill your succulents! Well Draining Soil Recipe for Succulent Container Gardens - Turface, Crushed Granite, Pine Bark www.succulentsandsunshine.com How to Water Succulent Plants www.succulentsandsunshine.com

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Growing succulents indoors can be a little tricky, so here are a few tips to keep your plants looking great!

  A guide for growing succulents indoors - Succulents and Sunshine

You’ll also want to check out all the fun projects you can make with succulents!

Living Wreath with Succulents from www.succulentsandsunshine.com Create a fun succulent container garden in an Ikea Cart! Succulents and Sunshine

There are so many great things about succulents! It didn’t take long for me to get addicted. I started with just 3 plants and within a year had over 300! They are so fun to work with and can be used in a variety of ways. I’m so glad Sara asked me to share a little bit about succulents with you! I wanted to give you a little something to get you even more excited about growing succulents, so here is a free pdf guide with tips from succulent experts about designing your succulents arrangement. Just click the photo, enter your email address below to get the free guide

15 Expert Tips for Designing a Succulent Arrangement from Succulents and Sunshine    

Thank you so much, Cassidy!  I’m obsessed with that wreath and that cart full of succulents.  I’m planning a succulent shopping trip this weekend after seeing all of Cassidy’s beautiful plants.  I think it’s the perfect cure for my winter blahs! Do you still want more of Cassidy’s succulent knowledge and beautiful photos?!  Cassidy has ebooks you can buy.  Click on the photos below to purchase!

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Comments

  1. Love this post! I need to buy more succulents!!! I have around 4 right now, but now I am convinced I should buy several more 🙂 Great wreath!

  2. I am finding some great projects to do with succulents, thank you. Are Spiral Aloe easy to grow, they look great. Are they rare? I am hoping to find a place here in Southern Cal. to purchase some and maybe raise more. Anything else i may need to know about them?

    Thanks so much.
    Janet.

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