LECA: Is it Good for Plants?

LECA

Introduction In the ever-evolving world of gardening, a silent revolution is taking root, capturing the imagination of plant enthusiasts and horticulturists alike. ┬áLECA, or Lightweight Expanded Clay Aggregate, is a seemingly humble yet revolutionary component reshaping how we cultivate plants. As interest in sustainable and efficient gardening practices grows, LECA balls have emerged as the … Read more

Dolphin Succulent | String of Dolphin Care and Propagation

Dolphin Succulent, string of dolphin

Introduction Senecio peregrinus, the scientific name for the Dolphin Succulent, is a unique and endearing succulent that is distinguished by its trailing vines that bear leaves that resemble dolphins leaping. Because of its whimsical appearance, this delightful plant has become popular and is now a favorite among succulent enthusiasts. The leaves have a fascinating form … Read more

Mother of Millions (Kalanchoe Delagoensis): Care and Propagation

mother of millions

Mother of Millions is a remarkable native of Madagascar succulent, scientifically known as Kalanchoe delagoensis. It is well-known for its unusual reproductive strategy, which results in tiny plants, or “babies,” growing up the margins of its leaves. These seedlings descend to the earth, take root, and develop into stand-alone plants. Succulent collections will look amazing … Read more