Succulents are awesome. I don’t have the best luck with keeping indoor plants healthy (or alive), but succulents seem to always have my back. They’re hardy, they don’t mind if you forget to water them for a few days, and they don’t require a ton of maintenance. Plus they are just adorable. Additionally, they are also easy to fill your home with for almost no extra cost. All it takes is a little propagation; as in, you can regrow succulents from existing leaves (magic, right?). Continue Reading
‘Propagation chamber’ sounds like highly complicated do-dad you’d find on the International Space Station, but, in actuality, it’s a simple little set-up that you can put together in minutes with just a few inexpensive supplies. The outcome is the perfect environment to start plant cuttings. To make one for yourself, you’ll need to assemble the following:
- a plastic shoebox
- soil-less potting soil
- a tiny clay pot
- a bit of caulk or silicone
- your favorite root starter
To see the entire tute, mosey on over to this forum entry on gardenweb.com.