Succulents are great indoor plants. They are plants that have thick leaves and stems that can store tons of water. A lot of people prefer to keep succulents indoors because of their minimal care requirements and properties that make them much more tolerant and healthier for the environment. So, with that being said what are the minimal care requirements for succulents?
Red is a powerful color that instantly makes a statement. Succulents with red flowers are a ravishing choice for your indoor landscape. Even if you don’t have many indoor plants, a single red flowering succulent on your side table will brighten up the room! Whether you plan on getting one for yourself or as a gift for a friend, here are some beautiful succulent varieties with bright red flowers.
Many of our customers tend to think that propagating succulents is an incredibly hard and complicated process. Well, lucky for you propagating succulents is incredibly easy. Many people tend to pursue very complicated methods when propagating succulents, many of which are unnecessarily hard. In this article, we will outline how to propagate succulents from succulent cutting.
A common question many people have when buying a succulent is “does my succulent pot need a drainage hole”? The answer is No. In order to successfully grow a succulent drainage holes are not necessary. It is just easier to successfully maintain your succulent if your pot does have drainage holes. In this article, we will reflect upon why it is best to have a drainage hole for your pots when growing succulents, but it is always important to remember the drainage holes are not essential for proper succulent care. We will then dive into how to successfully care for your succulent even when no drainage holes are present.
Have you ever wondered why your succulent randomly becomes weak, leggy, or outright dies? There are many reasons why this may be happening, but you need to consider whether this is happening because your succulent is starving for one of these five important elements. All succulents require Nitrogen, Magnesium, Iron, Calcium, and Phosphorous. A deficit of any one of these major elements can be detrimental to your succulent and can be the reason why your succulent is dying. In this article, we will outline the most important nutrients for all succulents and what happens when a succulent is starved of one of these major nutrients.
A common question we receive at Succulent Market is “can my succulents grow outside”? The answer is yes! But with all things succulents it is important to monitor three things when placing succulents outside 1. light 2. water 3. temperature. It is essential to monitor light, water, and temperature when placing succulents outside because not considering these conditions outside can cause your succulent to burn, rot, or freeze.
A common dilemma for plant parent newbies is “how do I care for my new succulent”? The answer to that question is easy, you don’t need to do very much! Despite this, if you want to take care of your new plant babies in the best way possible it is best to follow these 6 steps.