Growing succulents can be an exciting experience, especially if you’re not to cut up plants. We’ve tried to cover the basics for novice succulent lovers so you can begin to enjoy your beautiful succulents, whether you have them at home or you’re thinking about bringing some to your garden.
Have you ever noticed your succulents dying after they bloom? This is a common occurrence with monocarpic succulents. They have a life cycle consisting of periods of growth and dormancy, which can be triggered by a number of factors including their environment, the time of the year, as well as ...Read More
Why did my succulent change colors? The reasons for a succulent changing colors can be attributed to several factors. Some of these reasons are natural, such as variegation, while others are caused by improper care or environmental stress. Most people consider succulents’ ability to change colors to be a positive ...Read More
If you have a cat, you know that they enjoy exploring and climbing. There are cats who don’t care about succulents and won’t eat them, while there are cats who will perform acrobatics in order to eat the succulent you placed on the highest shelf. If you own a cat ...Read More
This post may contain affiliate links. Don’t settle for a regular jack-o’-latern this year, make succulent topped pumpkins that can decorate your front steps or your fall themed dinners. Succulent topped pumpkins are simple to make and you can repot the succulent cuttings once your pumpkin goes bad. So if ...Read More