Watering Succulent Plants

Watering Succulent Plants

Watering Succulent Plants

Rather than giving your succulents sips of water here and there, give them a good soaking—to the point the water runs out the drainage holes at the bottom of the pot. Be sure to empty the water that runs into the saucer beneath the plant pot. Then let the soil dry out completely before watering again.
When you've got a plant you like, pluck a stem and let it dry out in the shade for at least 3 days.This process, known as healing, helps form a callus, preventing rot. Place your new stem in the soil mix mentioned above, and you should be good to go.
Please watch and read the following to learn how to avoid one of the leading causes of succulent death.
Well, the more you know about your "Assorted Succulent" or "African Zipper Plant," the more chance you have of being successful growing it. If you are lucky .
There is no standard answer to how often to water mature succulents. This will depend on the plant variety, the soil, the ambient humidity, and other factors.

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