Category: Beginners Guide

Air plants do not need direct sunlight. However, bright indirect light is best because it will encourage the plant to spread its beautiful leaves. The leaves of an air plant may look like they are underwater, but in actuality the air plant absorbs moisture from the air to survive.
Most varieties of palm prefer to receive full sunlight throughout the day, but the Madagascar palm is slightly different. While one of its care requirements includes plenty of bright, indirect sunlight (it can’t tolerate direct sunlight for long stretches), it adapts well to semi-shaded environments. If you find that your plant does not seem to be thriving in an area that receives little or no direct sunlight, you should move it to a brighter location.
Euphobia can enjoy full sun, partial sun or even full shade. Because euphobia is a tropical plant, it grows best in the warmest areas of your garden. Plant euphobia in moist but well-drained soil or potting mix and allow plenty of space for growth.
Watering Sempervivum is a tricky subject. Because of their hardy nature, many people over water their Sempervivum. This can do more harm that good, especially for your rosette! Allow the soil to dry out between watering and ensure adequate drainage.
Sempervivums are beautiful and hardy plants that look great in garden beds, rock gardens, containers, and more. This complete guide includes tips on how to care for these plants so you can keep them looking healthy and beautiful for years to come.

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