San Francisco Succulents are not Safe


From the SF Weekly (is that still publishing?) we find out that succulents are a top target for thieves.

Area residents in both Bernal and the Excelsior recently reported thefts — or cuttings — had been made of their succulent plants…

But why succulents? Are they particularly hardy? Particularly easy to repot and resell? Particularly easy to transport? Particularly hard to kill?

“Yes to nearly all of those,” answers Jake Sigg…

So keep your eyes on your plants, San Francisco. And, would-be succulent thieves — the cops are on to your game.

I recommend a bike lock.

This one is only $219.95, but nobody will steal your Echeveria or Graptopetalum with that hefty deterrent.


    
    
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