Succulent Arrangement Deconstruction // Garden Answer

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If your climate drops below freezing or soars above 90 degrees, your succulent garden will likely need protection from frost and scorching sun, especially if you grow kalanchoes, stem euphorbias, jades, echeverias, aeoniums, and anything variegated. Tree canopies provide bright, dappled shade so your succulents get adequate light yet are shielded from excessive heat and cold. Look for these trees and numerous other waterwise companion plants for succulents in my book, Designing with Succulents. http://debraleebaldwin.com/

25 comments

  • norma estrella 6 days ago

    Can you please do a long video on a aloe Vera plant that hasn't been loved in a long long time. It was donated to me after the owner came back from vacation. And I want to see it live beautifully. I may just send you a picture of it in a few.

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  • mrses44 6 days ago

    PS – neglected to say how much I enjoyed your video. Just found your channel, have subscribed, and look forward to enjoying a lot more! I also agree with many of the fans – you'd be great at having your own HGTV show!

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  • mrses44 6 days ago

    I noticed that you didn't seem to put anything over the drain holes to keep the soil from leeching out. Perhaps you'd already inserted something? I've been using netting that was in my beloved Grandma's sewing stach (made corsages for church events), and cutting a piece just a little larger than the hole. It was all free to me, and it works great!

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  • Ana Mungarro 6 days ago

    Mgracias chica, Si 40 minutos muy largos, pero muy bonitos, debido a reconstruiste y quedaron preciosas todas las macetas con su cactus. gracias por tu tiempo. saludos Ana Mungarro de Hermosillo, sonora mexico. besos bye bye

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  • Katie Lynne 6 days ago

    How much do you spend weekly on your plants? How much do you budget for an arrangement of medium size?

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  • Jan Sheasby 6 days ago

    I'm curious – i have an aloe and I have just noticed that the very ends of a couple of the leaves are brown does that mean not enough water? Also if I have one of the rosette type succulents that has flattened out will it 'close up' if it gets more light?

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  • kartiki turkar 6 days ago

    What you did for earwig control

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  • Amanda Loewen 6 days ago

    Great video! Enjoyed the long version for something different! Thanks for sharing your tips. I really like the jade in the urn!

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  • Jaime Calderon 6 days ago

    Do my pots still need a drainage hole if I put pebbles at the bottom?

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  • Michelle Rogers 6 days ago

    My absolute favorite succulent is string of hearts! Love jade also!

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  • jamaica afterbirth 6 days ago

    how do you deal with earwigs??? thy gross me out so bad🤢🤢🤢

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  • Sarah Quisenberry 6 days ago

    Very helpful, thank you for sharing!

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  • Gris Espino 6 days ago

    i may have missed it… but that old soil…do you guys compost???? Love the videos… thanks

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  • Jeanette Dillard 6 days ago

    Loved the long unedited version!

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  • Suenette Edwards 6 days ago

    I learned sooooooo much from your video! I'm off to look at my terrariums and maybe doing some cleaning up!

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  • Gem Stone 6 days ago

    I don't know but for some reason watching a succulent video that's being deconstructed is just so satisfying to me I love all those long videos usually I do not like to watch very long videos because you get tedious to watch but yours is just really easy to listen to I love it!

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  • Bo Wang 6 days ago

    Nice make up!

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  • Ellektrikk 6 days ago

    Dude i love these longer videos! Thank you so much<3

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  • Sarada Dissanayake 6 days ago

    just got it to growing succulents and been watching your videos since day1..love your videos..love your charisma..ur a natural

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  • Elizabeth Miles 6 days ago

    thanks this help so much love you

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  • Darlene DeMayo 6 days ago

    Awesome info!

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  • MariaGarcia281 6 days ago

    good to know :()

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  • sanchita dutta 6 days ago

    your succulent are very nice i have six succulent but now a days i noticed that my echeverias are shedding leaves

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  • Dondee Pumaras 6 days ago

    Very informative! We missed your videos, Ms. Debra.

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  • energymaven 5 days ago

    My favorite is the thornless mesquite.

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