Potted Succulents Jigsaw Puzzle

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In this online jigsaw puzzle, pastel colored succulents are displayed in individual pots. Their thick leaves and unique colors make these tiny plants a wonderful and exotic feature for home decor.


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May 22, 2023
I like to imagine being bug-sized and walking around under these like a forest. Making them huge as park sculptures to climb on would be nice also.
Aug 10, 2022
I have never heard of them. They are very pretty. Like most of you I have a hard time with plants. Have a couple Christmas cactus that I struggle to keep them alive. Get a few blooms on them every year.
May 22, 2023
I have a Christmas cactus from a cutting off my mother's big one. It blooms most of the time. You need a direct sun window and water it judiciously daily. Wteing a bit each day keeps the blooms going.
Oct 7, 2022
I'm going to look for these succulents in some stores around town. I really like them and they're probably easy to care for.
Aug 5, 2022
Aug 3, 2022
Well, those are really pretty but since I kill, not on purpose, any plant that comes in 3 feet of me, I will have to get fake succulents to decorate my home. Have a blessed great day!
Aug 4, 2022
Same here, nhoward. I can kill any house plant in 3 weeks, but if it's an outside plant, my green thumb really works. Vegetables are even better.
Aug 4, 2022
I may give succulents another try!
Aug 4, 2022
This is the garden we all should have in the terrible heat. They look pretty and don't take a lot of water. Thanks for the wonderful puzzle.
Aug 4, 2022
I have a Christmas cactus which is a succulent, not a cactus. It was from a shoot of my mother's plant and I've had it for years. It starts blooming at Thanksgiving and keeps on until Easter. These little guys are really cute as an assortment. They need excellent drainage...note the gravel in which they are planted. For all of you who can't keep a succulent going...if you live in a wet climate the plant is getting too much water.
nhoward...knowing how loving you are you probably drown your plants. When I kill mine that's usually my problem...too much care.
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