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San Diego Plant Stylist Writes Book On Miniature Succulent Art

The cover of “Infinite Succulent: Miniature Living Art to Keep or Share.”

Credit: Courtesy of Rachael Cohen

Above: The cover of “Infinite Succulent: Miniature Living Art to Keep or Share.”

San Diego plant stylist Rachael Cohen believes that succulents, the fleshy plants that thrive in dry soil, can help people connect with nature and the environment we live in.

That's why Cohen, who owns Infinite Succulent, a plant art and styling service in San Diego, has written a how-to book on miniature succulent art.

“Infinite Succulent: Miniature Living Art to Keep or Share” includes succulent crafts that use miniature pumpkins, seashells, wreaths and more.

A book launch party is taking place on Thursday at 6 p.m. at The Wood Shed Venue in Vista. Another book event and signing will also be held at The Book Catapult in South Park on Saturday.

Cohen joins Midday Edition on Thursday to discuss the inspiration for the book.

GUEST: Rachael Cohen, plant stylist and author, “Infinite Succulent: Miniature Living Art to Keep or Share”

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