Often times when we talk about Companion Planting we discuss the plants that should always be planted side-by-side in our gardens. Here is the dish on what plants to NOT plant together when you are companion planting!
This gray green succulent has leaves shaped like, you guessed it… a propeller! It always provides a nice contrast when planted with other succulents. It is easily propagated, and is one of the few succulents that grow well indoors. #succulents #succulentsandsunshine #succulent #succulentplant #succulentgarden #crassula #propellerplant via @succsandsun
You may be intimidated by propagation, but it’s actually easy. You should be pruning your existing fiddle leaf fig tree anyway, so why not try to root a few cuttings in water? It only takes 3-4 weeks for the roots to get started. If they don’t take off, you can try again. Done right, propagating your plant allows you the ultimate joy: to grow a brand new plant of your very own from the beginning!