Succulents are pretty & small plants and are some of the easiest plants to maintain. And what's even better than 1 succulent is a Succulent Bundle. These are ardent sun lovers and very versatile in nature. They give off an explicit vibe and can improve the aesthetics of corner spaces, desks and compact spaces. These plants space up the wall decors and wreaths when used for decoration. Slow growing and low maintenance, these plants are also super drought tolerant and perfect for newbie plant parents. Pot them in stylish pots and they are good to go for months.
About The Sun-Loving Succulent Bundle
- The set contains a group of five neglect tolerant, durable & sun-loving succulents and cactus.
- The plants can grow 3-5 inches in height.
- The plants are drought tolerant.
- The plant can survive partial shade but periods of shade can lead it to lose its bright colour foliage.
- They grow best in coir and orchid bark soil mix.
- They are quite low-maintenance plants.
- 5 Succulents - Zebra Haworthia, Red Tipped Houseleek, Moon Cactus and two variegated Echeveria Black Prince.
- Each succulent potted in 3 inch White/Red/Blac/Yellow pots.
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How to Care for Succulents and Cactus?
Here is how you can care for Succulent plants:-
Light and Temperature Tips
- Succulent plants can grow in full sun to part shade; however, too much shade can cause them to lose their bright foliage color and spindles the growth.
- Cactus needs full day of sunlight. They natively grow in arid regions and can tolerate harsh sunlight.
- The average temperature maintained for them can be between 25 to 30 degrees Celsius.
- They can thrive in moderate humidity.
- The plants cannot tolerate clayey or water-clogged soil.
- The plants require low water for growing and can be watered once a week during summers and once every 10-15 days in winters.
- For Cactus, the lesser you water, the better it is. Water the plant once in 2-3 weeks.
- Too much watering leads to leaf rot.
- Use a well-draining, rich compost soil.
- Use an organic liquid fertilizer every 3-4 months.
- The soil should not be clayey and soggy.