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crabby58

Hi, everyone. I'm from northeastern Pennsylvania. Love to play in the dirt 😊 Inside and out. My helper is my 14 year old black lab 🐾 zone 6a

Kalanchoe laetivirens

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crabby58

#tinytreasures 💚

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crabby58

#mother-of-thousands babies are getting big, I may need to transplant them, wondering🤔 how they'd do outside in zone 6? Any advice?😃

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Dragon_Warrior

@crabby58 I've never had them but my advice is to pot them up so that you can move them inside in the winter.

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Dragon_Warrior

@crabby58 or give some to friends and family

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crabby58

Thank you 😃 @Dragon_Warrior I may need a lot of pots😅

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crabby58

Lots of babies growing😍💚 4.2.21 #mother-of-a-thousand @beatnikcrab

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beatnikcrab

Yay, they're looking great!! 😁

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crabby58

Thanks @beatnikcrab love them💚

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beatnikcrab

No problem, I'm happy you're enjoying them. ☺️👍

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crabby58

Update: 💚these are coming along great😃so happy, thanks again @beatnikcrab 3.25.21

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beatnikcrab

They look great!! Yay, I'm glad they weren't DOA this time! 🤣

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crabby58

Not this time😍 @beatnikcrab I think they're going to make it👍yay....

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crabby58

Documenting my #kalanchoe #motheroathousand 3.14.21 @beatnikcrab

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pooh4jvn

I have Mother of Thousands in various stages from these to a 5” plant. What is their growth, like other succulents or faster?

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beatnikcrab

Looks great! 👌😉 Perfect spacing.

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beatnikcrab

@pooh4jvn It depends on the conditions they're kept in, but I suppose you could say they grow a bit faster than your average succulent. 🤔

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pooh4jvn

It is probably my climate but I find they need more water or I get dry tips.

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crabby58

This is a new experience for me growing these💚 @pooh4jvn 💚I'm learning about them, I love this new plant, thanks again to @beatnikcrab 😍

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beatnikcrab

@pooh4jvn idk what climate you're in, but I'm in Phoenix, AZ. Mine are outdoors in pots, and my mom has them in the ground. They like lots of bright light, and can take full sun. They do like more moisture than the average succulent. They're drought tolerant, but prefer to be treated more like an average plant. My mom has them growing with asparagus ferns, and they're perfect companion plants. I've never seen dry tips, but the old leaves do die off pretty determinedly.

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