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Grow your own successful succulents with this comprehensive guide
With an eye-popping variety of species spanning every color of the rainbow, it's no wonder why succulents have exploded in popularity in recent years. Now you can grow your favorite plants with ease thanks to Succulent Obsession. This book is filled with all the expert advice you'll need to identify, care for, and propagate 100 succulents and cacti.
What sets this succulent book apart:
- Complete plant profiles—Get to know the most easy-to-grow succulents with full-color photos and important details about each one's light, soil, and watering requirements.
- Multiple propagation methods—Expand your succulent garden as you learn how to master a variety of propagation techniques, including using cuttings, leaves, offsets, and division.
- Handy troubleshooting tips—Discover step-by-step guidance to diagnosing and treating common problems to help your succulents grow and thrive.
Whether you care for a single plant or an entire garden, ensure your succulents flourish with this complete grower's guide.
About the Author
KEN SHELF is the owner of Succulence, a garden and lifestyle store in San Francisco’s Bernal Heights neighborhood. Over the past decade, he has taught numerous classes and workshops on succulents and vertical gardening. In addition, Ken creates masterful succulent centerpieces and arrangements for special occasions and provides custom landscaping and design work throughout the Bay Area.
“Ken Shelf's enthusiasm for succulents sparkles throughout this engaging, practical compendium. Whether you're new to succulents or a multi-plant parent, use this smart, sensible guide to keep them glowing and growing.” —Debra Lee Baldwin, expert succulent designer, author, and YouTube celebrity
“I've been landscaping with succulents for over 15 years! Succulent Obsession is as relevant and helpful to me as it would be to a beginning grower/collector. Ken Shelf has offered great knowledge and experience in this new book. Grab a copy!” —Michael Romero