Growing new succulents is fairly straightforward, cost-effective and, above all, a thoroughly enjoyable way to expand your collection. There are four primary ways to propagate succulents: leaf cuttings, offsets, stem cuttings and seeds. This guide will explain how to do each one so you can start growing your succulent collection today
Echeverias are one of the most popular succulents in homes and offices across the country. Their gorgeous shape and wide range of colors are very attractive, making them the perfect plant for any occasion. This guide will explain all you need to know about Echeveria care, no matter if you’re looking to buy your first one or expand your existing arrangement.
No matter if you’ve just bought your first succulent or you’re a keen collector, succulents don’t always seem to be the low maintenance, easy-going plants they’re hyped up to be. From rotting to pests, there are all sorts of problems that can arise. This guide will demonstrate the main reasons why your succulents keep dying and how to address them so they can quickly recover and stay healthy for years to come!
It’s easy to know when your succulent is not living its best life. You can tell when it’s in distress when its leaves are falling off and all over the floor. But it may not be as easy to understand why this is happening. If you’re in this situation and don’t know what to do, there’s no need to worry. In most cases, a few tweaks will ensure that your plant will go back to normal in no time; you just need to identify what’s causing your succulent’s leaves to fall off.
Succulents with long stems don’t look great. Long stems always look out of place, especially if they’re part of an arrangement, and aren’t exactly what you signed up for. There are several reasons why succulents grow long stems from time to time. Many succulent owners face this situation and aren’t sure what to do or why this happened in the first place. This guide will explain.
Cactus and succulents only have to be watered once every 2-3 weeks, and numerous academic studies show that cactus and succulents purify the air, increase productivity, and create personal feelings of positivity and bliss. We want you to experience all of the amazing benefits cactus and succulents have to offer, for this reason, we have outlined a couple of special things that we do to send you the most amazing cactus and succulent plants.
Succulents are becoming very popular houseplants. They are easy to look after and can grow easily indoors. While they grow naturally in deserts and other harsh environments, they are hardy plants that can adapt well to their surroundings. But while succulents are great for us humans, the same cannot always be said for our furry friends. Dogs that somehow manage to get their teeth into some species of succulents can suffer serious harm, because some succulents are poisonous to dogs.
Plants bring a touch of nature to the home. Not only do they brighten up a room, but they can also provide a host of health benefits too. You can grow many plants indoors, but not all of them grow well in the bathroom due to the humidity and often lack of sunlight. The hardy nature of succulents, however, makes them an excellent addition. But which succulents are the best for the bathroom? Read on to find out.
Succulents are the most popular plants for indoor gardeners, mainly because they’re very low maintenance and can thrive in low-light environments. While most succulents love the sun, there are some species that don’t mind the shade. In fact, they can thrive just sitting on the table or in the shady corner of the garden - assuming you give them everything else they need, of course.