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Succulents, a lovely plant of various types, can thrive both indoors and outdoors. Provided that you have a sunny windowsill, they can be your perfect houseplants for taking small spaces. Known for easy care, keeping succulent plants is a wonderful way to bring life and color to your home.
Tips to choose what sort of succulents
Succulent care depends on your growing zone and the type of plant you choose. Some require full sun, others need full shade and the rest fall in between. Likewise, different succulents are more forgiving of extreme temperatures than others.
Choose a Zebra Plant or Gollum Jade succulent if you’re a beginner. While succulents are relatively easy to grow indoors, some varieties are easier than others! Stick to the Haworthia, Jade, or Gasteria varieties if you are unsure about what types to start with. All of these types are relatively drought-resistant and tend to grow well in indoor environments. Succulents with green leaves tend to be the most forgiving and grow best indoors, compared to the purple, grey, or orange-leaved varieties.
Let’s start to plant
Get your set-up ready first by choosing a type of succulent, a well-drained container, and a well-draining soil. Then carefully pot your succulent in its new home as soon as possible to help it thrive. Care for your succulent by providing it with plenty of sunlight and a bit of water whenever the soil feels dry. It’s worth noting that succulents do best when the water is delivered directly to the soil rather than drenched over the whole plant. Thus, remember to get a pitcher, watering can, or pipette to water the succulent. Or here’s another choice: try Leizisure #self-watering flower pots#. With self-watering system, Leizisure planters free your succulents from being drenched or sprayed by the water.
So how does the system work? The planter body consists of five parts: inner pot, external pot, water level indicator, water supply shaft and water reservoir. Water the plant through the water supply shaft, in the meanwhile, please notice the water level indicator, when it reads “max.”, stop watering. The “max” means the water reservoir is full of water for your plant to drew for the next 15-20 days. When the indicator reads “min.”, it shows the start of the “dry phase” for the plant. This phase can last 2–10 days, after which you should add water again.
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