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Succulent Gardening

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Succulents are an increasingly popular and low maintenance way to add some greenery to a home or office. While these are warm weather plants, common types, such as Cacti and Aloe, can be kept indoor during winter months.

Ohio’s garden sage Debra Knapke and Jared Hughes from Groovy Plants Ranch joins us to talk about succulents and transitioning your garden through the season change.

Today on All sides, tips on gardening and how you can keep indoor plants thriving through the fall.

We're also offering an All Sides exclusive event Drinks and Dirt Fall 2018 as a part of the 89.7 NPR News Fall Membership Drive.

Deb, Ann, and Liz Hughes demonstrate how to make a "Planter-to-go." Then it's on to the self-create portion of the evening where each guest will receive materials and hands-on instruction, guiding them to create their very own Succulent Terrarium to take with them at the end of the evening, all the while enjoying drinks and light hor-d'oeuvres.

Pledge now with a gift of $120 or more for one ticket to the event.

Guests: 

  • Debra Knapke, author and gardening expert 
  • Jared Hughes, owner, Groovy Plants Ranch