Succulent Plants


sheilac910 added on July 11, 2015 | Answered

We had a rock garden in front of our house with succulents planted around the rocks. It was more of a hassle than a beauty, as the previous owner of the house did this, and we're not much for gardens. So, this year we dug up the rocks to plant grass. I decided to try and put the succulents in a pot, instead of throwing them out. I figured if they did well I'd plant them in prettier pots next year, as they're a pretty nice looking plant. Well, as you can see, one has shot up in the air. I have yet to find any place online that talks about them acting like this. Is this normal? What do I do with it?

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Answered on July 13, 2015

Your hens and chicks have produced a flower.
You can trim it away when it has faded.

Here is a link with more information.

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