Indoor Succulent Plant Care
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Got yourself a succulent plant? Or already started a collection? Great!
Let’s talk about
how to best care for your succulents. When to water them, how much light they need. And what to do in case you run into problems.
Looking for information about your non-succulent plants? Check out the
Plant Profiles for plant-specific care information, or do a search for your type of plant. And check out the Houseplant Care Guide with all the plant care information you need.
All the basic care information on how to keep your indoor succulents alive. How much light, how much to water, and why are the leaves turning yellow?
The Fishbone cactus is a very unusual cactus. It grows on other plants, barely has any needles to sting you, and grows long succulent stems shaped like wavy fishbones.
String of Pearls is an unusual hanging plant with long trailing stems growing small succulent beads, or pearls. Easy to care for and propagate.
The String of Hearts is a beauty. This succulent type hanging plant has pretty heart-shaped leaves cascading down. What's not to love?
Has your succulent stretched out? It is trying to reach for more light. You can't undo it, but there is something you can do to save your plant.
Looking for a plant that doesn't require much care? That you can forget to water every now and then. A plant that can handle low light situations and a bit of neglect. The Sansevieria is your best choice.
How to get your holiday cactus to bloom by giving it a dark treatment, and care for your Christmas or Thanksgiving Cactus throughout the year.
Holiday cacti are easy to care for but do have a few common problems. What to do if your plant doesn't bloom, drops leaves or flower buds, or suddenly turns red?
Yes, air plants don't need soil to grow, but that doesn't mean they don't need any care at all. Did you know you do need to water them occasionally? Find out how!
Want something more exciting than an
Echeveria or a Jade plant? Here are some rare and unusual indoor succulents to add to your collection!
Repotting a cactus does not have to be intimidating or leave you with needles pricking you. With a few easy precautions you will be done in no time!