How to take care a Haworthia Succulent Plant

How to take care a Haworthia plant

Haworthia is a very easy growing succulents. Can grow in any conditions. It is one of the drought resistant, forgiving plants . It’s care is very easy. Like all succulents, haworthia need to have the soil dry out all the way to the bottom of the pot before more water is added. Then when you do water, […]

How to Care and Propagate Kalanchoe Plant

How to propagate Kalanchoe

Kalanchoe is a succulent flowering plant that is native to Madagascar. The plant produces small flowers with four pointed petals on each blossom. The flowers come in a wide range of colors, including red, orange, pink, violet and white. The plant is propagated by taking cuttings off the mother plant. Kalanchoe products blooms in clusters […]

How To Propagate Succulents Fast And Easy

How To Propagate Succulents Fast And Easy

How to propagate succulent from leaves. Propagating succulent from leaves is a simple task that requires few simple tips. Propagating succulents from leaves can be done all year around. However, in colder climate or in winters, it gives much better result. For example, you can try propagate four types of succulent plants: Echeveria, Sedum Adolphii, […]

Reasons most succulent growing tips do not work

Reasons Succulent growing tips are not working

There are thousands, if not tens of thousands of succulent varieties and more hybrids are being created every day. It’s no surprise that we’re not familiar with all the individual types, but there are some that are more common. I want to give you a little insight into the specific care needs for those individual […]

Basic guides to care a succulent for beginners

Basic guides to care a succulent for beginners

Avoid touching the leaves/flowers with your fingers. The oils can sometimes be harmful. Without enough sunlight, it will stretch and become “leggy” and less compact, which is considered unattractive. With too much sunlight, you will notice a brown literal sunburn on the leaves. It depends on the type of succulent you have, but the best plan is usually […]

How often should you water succulents?

How often should you water succulents?

You should water succulents as often as it takes for the soil to get dry all the way through the root mass between waterings (assuming you’re talking about potted succulents.) No one can give you a real answer like once every other week, or once a month, because the “how often” is influenced by so many factors. The question you […]

Why are the leaves on succulent shrivelled?

Why are the leaves on succulent shrivelled?

There’s a couple things you can do to save your plant. Soil: What kind of soil is in there? If you are using standard potting soil, you need to replace it. Potting soil is designed to hold on to moisture and usually is filled with fertilizer. Neither of these are good for your succulent. Any garden […]

How to propagate a succulent?

How to propagate a succulent?

Asexual propagation comes naturally to many succulents and they need little encouragement. Cuttings are usually easy to root. Just remember that succulents by their very nature are skilled at water conservation so you don’t need to place a polythene bag or the like to keep them from wilting as they root. In fact doing so, or misting with water, may cause them […]

Why is my succulent dying?

Why is my succulent dying?

pots & soil ~ Make sure your succulents are in a pot with a drainage hole, unglazed terracotta or plastic is best, and your soil mix has at least 50% non-organic (not brown) matter. So for example, if you buy that pre-made “succulent & cactus” soil from Home Depot or something, you’d need to mix half of it with […]

How big do those tiny succulent plants grow?

How big do those tiny succulent plants grow?

They can become huge. Some of them get big by making sprouting copies of themselves, which are sometimes called pups. Each one can be removed and planted elsewhere, where it will eventually develop its own offshoots. (They also reproduce with flowers, pollen, and seeds. ) This Haworthia is about 4″ tall. Here’s part of a […]