BY LARA OZAKI
After her self-proclaimed failure at maintaining various plants and flowers, Skyisha Resendez started Miskatonic Gardens, a Guam-based nursery specializing in succulents, air plants, cacti and carnivorous plants.
Succulents, sometimes called fat plants, can refer to a variety of plants with thick, fleshy leaves, stems or roots. The thick part of the plant retains water in arid climates or soil conditions, which makes maintenance of the plants generally easier than other popular plants.
“[Succulents are] actually pretty maintenance-free. Especially here on Guam you almost never need to water them,” Resendez . . .
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