Suc-cu-lent, noun

Suc-cu-lent, noun

Defined:

Of a plant: having fleshy tissues that conserve moisture. More than 60 plant families, split into 300 genera.

At the Kate’s Blossoms’ studio:  A wide variety, always on in stock, to include in our floral designs.

Repurposing: When the fresh cut floral design has expired, re-cut the succulent stem, place in a vase of water to set roots (2-3 weeks) and plant in your garden for years of enjoyment.

Photos courtesy of Jen Paschal, Bruce Forester Photography, and Dorothy Hatchel, Dorothy Hatchel Photography (as linked).

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