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Add the word succulent to your vocabulary to suggest the ripeness or lushness of food. Associate it with well-cooked meat, delicious meal, juicy fruit, moist and tender kiss or meaty gossip.

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Juneau Food Tours feeds your belly AND your mind! The tour includes a historical walk, as well as true Alaskan food! Enjoy succulent seafood, famous candies and cookies, and locally brewed beer. NINE tastings total, two you get to take home in your gift bag. Join us on the Tour with Taste and eat your way through Alaska's capital city.

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Miracle Gro Foaming Succulent Plant Food good I had some very good friends from Atlanta, Ga, USA coming to visit me and my family in paris last summer. As they love french food, I organized a food tour in le marais for them with succulent paris. They loved it !!! It was great to discover this neighborhood in a gourmet way. Marion and Aurelie were fantastic hosts, they know really well the area, the best places to go and the succulent food to taste. Even being a parisian, I felt like a tourist. While tasting delicious products, we learned a lot about the history of the area : food for the mouth and the soul ! I will definitely ask for other tours. Thank you !!

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What are succulent plants? The meaning of succulent as it relates to food is juicy or tender. The definition of succulent plants is similar: plants that store water in leaves, stems, or both. There are many different types, species, and cultivars of them all, in a fascinating assortment of shapes, sizes, colors, and unique features ranging from frills to spines and beautiful flowers.

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Debra Lee Baldwin, author of three books about using succulents in gardens and containers, shows three kinds of Portulacaria afra (elephant's food) and describes how to use them in gardens large and small. Elephant's food, which is indeed eaten by elephants, is a popular succulent for bonsai, and it thrives in desert gardens. Pendant varieties ('Variegata' and 'Minima') are wonderful for hanging baskets and terraces. Filmed during Debra's presentation at the Succulent Celebration at Waterwise Botanicals Nursery.Growing Tips:
Re-potting: Cactus, succulents, palm, and citrus should be re-potted annually into the next larger size pot. Best time to do this is early spring. After re-potting, place into a shaded area for one or two weeks.
Watering: Always water thoroughly so that water flows from the container’s drainage holes. Soil should be allowed to dry between waterings. Never leave water standing in saucer. Water can be greatly reduced for most plants during the winter months.
Light: Cactus and most succulents grow in semi-desert, and therefore need the best light you can provide. The only exception to this is the first week or two after re-potting (place in shaded area).
Feeding: Feed with Espoma Organic , a natural liquid plant food beginning one month after planting. Follow label directions.