Friday, December 1, 2023


Admit it: succulents are in fashion. Whether you're new to gardening, trying to overcome your tendency to kill plants, or your neighbours know you're a gardener, you can trust succulents to be versatile and low-maintenance plants. But a quick internet search reveals that there's a lot more to succulents than you might think. What type do you get and can you grow your own? How much care do they really need? types of succulents with picture and name For those ready to take the plunge, consider this your guide to succulents. Here's everything you need to know about growing these lovely plants. Text, beauty, red, white, line, word, card, picture, poppies, yellow, parallel, Best Strains for Beginners Getting succulents to grow and thrive in your home is easy no matter what climate you live in. While you should avoid keeping them near vents, electronics, and shady corners, they'll survive relatively well anywhere else as long as there's sunlight and good soil. Beginners should start with low-maintenance plants: Haworthia varieties, such as zebra plant (Haworthia fasciata); emeralds, such as elephant bushes (Portulacaria Afra) or Gollum Jades (Crassula Ovata); Gastrodia plants, such as gaster aloes or Vicks plant (Plectranthus tomentose). They are both beautiful choices that are versatile, drought-tolerant, and thrive indoors.

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