How to Grow Succulents in the UK


From the Telegraph, an article that will set your hair on fire.

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Aeonium ‘Zwartkop’ has rich, polished dark purple foliage and will tolerate near zero temperatures. Photo: Timber Press

You know, at first that didn’t make sense, since Aeoniums are from the Canary Islands and they really can’t get down as low as 0° F and then of course I realized they were talking C! And then all the advice is right after all! Yay!

On the other hand, this photo credit for the publishing company is rather limited in its generousness. I’ve looked through our Timber Press books and I can’t find the picture, so I can’t give you a better photo credit. If anyone knows the photographer, let them know we are borrowing their photo from the Telegraph without proper credit.


    
    
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