Succulent Care

The Bright And Easy-to-Care Kalanchoe

The Bright And Easy-to-Care Kalanchoe

The genus Kalanchoe consists of more than 100 species of plants, however only a few are regularly seen in growing. The most identifiable is Kalanchoe blossfeldiana, normally understood merely as kalanchoe. Native to Madagascar and carefully related to the jade…

Caring For Your Succulent Senecio Plants

Caring For Your Succulent Senecio Plants

In the big Senecio genus of over 1,000 types, there are about 100 succulents used as garden plants in warmer environments and as container-grown plants in other areas. Some are large shrub varieties, but numerous are tracking plants utilized as…

Tips For Caring For A Flapjack Succulent

Tips for Caring for a Flapjack Succulent

Because of the paddle or clam-like shape of its leaves that form in rosette clusters, the flapjack succulent (Kalanchoe luciae) is likewise understood as a paddle plant. It’s a striking home plant that does not need a lot of maintenance.…

Tips For Caring For Chocolate Soldier Plants

Tips For Caring For Chocolate Soldier Plants

If you have actually ever looked for succulents, you have most likely seen a chocolate soldier plant (Kalanchoe tomentosa). Chocolate soldier plants, likewise frequently called panda plant, are very popular houseplants due to the fact that they are so easy…

Grow Haworthia Successfully with These Tips

Grow Haworthia Successfully with These Tips

Haworthia is a big genus of little succulent plants, many of them native to South Africa. These plants are wonderful little succulents that make attractive small houseplants. These little, low-growing plants form rosettes of fleshy green leaves that are kindly…

How Much Light Do Succulents Require?

How Much Light Do Succulents Require?

What kind of plant do you think about when you hear the word “succulent”? Opportunities are you are picturing a variety of flower-shaped, desert-dwelling plants such as an echeveria or sempervivum. Nevertheless, the term “succulent” really includes over a thousand…