Plants can die when they’re overwatered or underwater. It’s important to check your succulents often during the hot summer months and look out for signs that they might need a little help.
Category: Beginners Guide
Hardy succulents are easy to care for and great as houseplants, office plants and in the landscape. Learn how to keep your succulents healthy with this guide.
If you love to grow bonsai, but don’t have the room to keep them indoors, growing them outdoors can be an ideal solution.
If your rosemary plant is losing leaves, it may be showing signs of root-rot. If the soil is too moist or waterlogged, you should repot the plant in well-draining soil and allow the top few inches of the original soil to dry before watering again.
Monocarpic succulents are unusual plants that live only long enough to flower and then die shortly after. These plants tend to have a very large, slow growth habit and the enormous blooms on these species can last anywhere from a month all the way up to three months!
What would a succulent arrangement be without the flowers? These flowering succulents are unique and colorful, and make stunning additions to any arrangement.
The Sand Dollar Cactus is a plant with spherical and flattened stems that thrive in direct sunlight. Sand dollar cactus grows very slow, so it is recommended as a houseplant. The Sand Dollar Cactus is available in green or pink varieties and can be also used as an addition to terrariums
There are many reasons why your cactus may shrink. It may be from root rot, the plant is getting older and its size is natural, or it might be hungry.
Will succulents grow in tropical climates? Yes! As a tropical plant, succulents can grow well in the sun and under normal light conditions. However, they do need to be watered frequently to avoid drying out. Succulents thrive in humidity environments which makes them perfect for gardens and terrariums where there is moisture from the misting.
This versatile plant can be used in a wide variety of ways, and is easy to grow. Here’s everything you need to know about caring for Mother of Millions plants