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Posted 3w ago by @HoyaAddict

Made another succulent collection of propagations, this one is for indoors. #SucculentSquad #SucculentLove #PropagationStation #fallintowinter #SpringIntoSummer
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@HoyaAddict love πŸ’• the succulent collection.
@KikiGoldblatt Thanks sweetie πŸ₯°
@HoyaAddict you are very welcome doll! πŸ₯°πŸ₯°πŸ’•πŸ’•
@HoyaAddict stunning. What potting mix do you use for succulents?
Have you considered selling them? They look so good!
Wow! They are all gorgeous! Can I ask what direction sunlight they get because they are all beautifully compact and mine are stretchy 😟
Did you get them as cuttings?
So pretty. You do amazing work @HoyaAddict
Goals! 😍😍
Such a beautiful collection and arrangement
Beautiful. Good job. πŸ₯°
Wow woke up to so many responses you’re all so lovely!
@PlantsbyPav I just a general succulent mix and add a little extra bark, usually extra perlite too, but this is in a wooden box, so it will breathe easily, I didn’t add extra this time.
@sarahsalith I haven’t! They’re so easy to make I probably should πŸ˜…
@PlantzRLife55 You’re so kind! My succulents all live outside, so they get full sun most of the day (north facing here, south facing for northern hemisphere) indoors I will keep them right beside a north facing window again to ensure they don’t stretch, If they do it’s back outside πŸ˜‚
@vvvelo Yes! These are all fresh cuttings just left to root, how I love to make my arrangements haha.
@Orchidmomma Thank you!
@Sleepysunday You’re so sweet thanks ☺️
@Pegster Thanks Peggy! πŸ₯°
For this curious, this is where it’s going to be staying. (I also made an orchid box)
I love arranging them by textures, shapes, and colors. So fun!
@HoyaAddict I’ve always wanted to keep my succulents🌡 outside during the summer but I don’t understand how people do that. I can’t figure out how to protect them from the πŸ’¨ wind blowing them over or lots of rain β›ˆ . πŸ˜“οΏΌ
@PlantzRLife55 I keep mine against walls and under canopies. It helps protect them from excess rain and wind. 🫢

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