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Styling with Cacti & Succulents

Styling with Cacti & Succulents

Cacti are THE house plant at the moment with their super cool sculptural shapes. Cacti, as a general rule, are pretty forgiving due to their “desert dweller” status. You only need to water about once every three weeks and even less in the winter months when they go dormant. Cactus & succulents can live indoors or out. They can be tiny and displayed in multiples on a shelf, in your kitchen or bathroom. Or you can go big, buy a massive one and plant it in a huge pot for dramatic e …
15th Aug 2018
Poppy's Succulent of the Week is the upright branching succulent called Peperomia Ferreyrae

Poppy's Succulent of the Week is the upright branching succulent called Peperomia Ferreyrae

Poppy's Succulent of the Week is Peperomia Ferreyrae! This upright branching succulent has attractive long narrow lime leaves that are darker green along their curved upper margin.It produces yellowish green flowers in spring and prefers filtered light or part shade. It requires little water and is available from Poppy's Home and Garden in 130mm pots for $18 …
1st Aug 2018
Crassula Perforata - Poppy's Succulent of the Week

Crassula Perforata - Poppy's Succulent of the Week

Poppy's Succulent of the Week is Crassula Perforata also known as String of Buttons! This bold statement plant is perfect for decorative pots or as a feature on your table.Features stacked triangular leaves in soft blue with burgundy edges. Low water and maintenance.Available in 100mm pots for $12 at Poppy's Home and Garden. …
25th Jul 2018
Sedeveria Golden Goddess - Poppy's Succulent of the Week

Sedeveria Golden Goddess - Poppy's Succulent of the Week

Poppy’s Succulent of the Week is Sedeveria Golden Goddess! This striking succulent has fleshy yellow leaves that form into rosettes with creamy white small star shaped flowers. It grows in clumps that cascade over walls. Perfect in pots or makes an attractive contrast among other plants. Available in 130mm pots for $18 at Poppy's Home and Garden. …
11th Jul 2018