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How to Grow Hens and Chicks Succulents

Growing hens and chicks (Sempervivum tectorum) plants in your garden is quite simple, especially if you want a lot of[…]

Everything You Need to Know About the Snake Plant

Many succulents are short and squat because they’ve adapted to grow in arid climates, but not the snake plant! It’s[…]

Why Your Succulents Keep Dying (Newbie Guide)

Whether you’re a newcomer to the succulent world just looking for a pop of color or a long-time cactus convert,[…]

How to Propagate Succulents Successfully

It’s a lot more cost-effective to grow your own succulents. Fortunately, succulents naturally come equipped with an amazing ability regrow[…]

12 Stunning Minimalist Succulent Planters

Minimalist designs have become increasingly trendy in recent years, and no plants are more minimalist in nature than succulents. Homes[…]

Haworthia Retusa

Haworthia Retusa – Detailed Care Guide Haworthia retusa is also called Star Cactus. Even though it is called “Star Cactus,”[…]

Sedum Reflexum

Sedum Reflexum – Everything You Need to Know Sedum reflexum is also commonly called Sedum rupestre or Jenny’s Stonecrop. It[…]

White Mites

What are white mites? The term ‘white mite’ is a misnomer because the bugs it refers to aren’t always white.[…]

Succulent Pots

What are Succulent Pots? Succulent pots are many things to your plants. They are your plants’ shoes, houses, vehicles, etc.[…]

Artichoke Agave

What is Artichoke Agave? Artichoke agave is an evergreen perennial succulent. A member of the Asparagaceae family and you can[…]

Mermaid Tail Succulent

What is Mermaid Tail Succulent If you have a thing for mermaids or other mythical creatures, this succulent is for[…]

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