Mobile apps for succulent gardeners? Sure! Nowadays there’s a software program for just about everything – including nifty apps to ensure your succulents' continued good health. You see, the folks at Succulent Market dedicatedly deliver healthy plants to your doorstep, so naturally we want to help you to keep them that way!
The first reason to grow a jade plant is because it supposedly brings the owner lots of luck. That’s why it’s fittingly nicknamed the lucky plant. Its fleshy leaves are shaped like coins that hint at wealth, so it’s also called the money plant, money tree, and tree of wealth.
3 Design Elements for Succulent Container Plantings and Hanging Baskets: THRILLER + FILLER + SPILLER
Using succulent plants in containers plantings and hanging baskets is more chic now than ever, whether for indoor or outdoor enjoyment. The reasons are many. They’re easy. They’re unique. They offer health benefits. Their niche is small places. They’re forgiving. They’re inexpensive. And succulents seem to have a lot more pizzazz than oh-so-typical philodendrons, ferns, and ivies.
Thinking about adding kalanchoes to your succulent collection? Here's all you need to know about how to care for kalanchoe, plus two of Succulent Market's favs!
Are you worried that your succulent order won't arrive in good condition? Well, we want your cactus and succulent purchase to be as fearless and easy as possible, which is why we would like to share with you our Quality Guarantee, along with information about what makes our succulent plants the best!
Succulents are among the more care-free plants, and aeoniums are among the more care-free succulents. No wonder aeoniums are so popular! So how do you take care of an aeonium? Here are 10 simple steps for year-round aeonium care:
Is a wedding in your future? If so, you'll need ideas for wedding centerpieces, bouquets, guest favors, and hostess gifts. After all, a wedding celebration deserves decorations as distinctive and stylish as the bride and groom! So, here's a solution: 10 reasons and ways to use succulents for all the wedding festivities, beginning to end!
Cactus and succulents only need to be watered once every two weeks. Simply touch the soil. If the soil is dry, completely drench the soil. After, wait for the soil to dry out again and repeat!