How Fast Do Succulents Grow?

Do Succulents Grow?

If you are wondering about succulent growth, it all depends on the specific type of succulent. For instance, a fast-growing succulent like Echeveria can grow up to 6-8 inches in one year. Other succulents, such as Haworthias, can take more than a year to grow 3 inches. What Are Succulents? Essentially, succulents are dry-climate plants…

How To Keep Succulents Small

How To Keep Succulents Small

Here are some tips on how to keep succulents small: Choose the right type of succulent. Some succulents are naturally smaller than others. For example, Haworthia attenuata and Graptopetalum paraguayense are both relatively small succulents that can be kept in small pots. Plant your succulents in small pots. The size of the pot will limit the amount…

Can Succulents Survive Winter

Can Succulents Survive Winter?

Yes, succulents can survive the winter. Here are five tips to make sure your succulents remain healthy during the coldest time of the year. How Can Succulents Survive The Winter? Hardy succulents, such as sempervivums and hardy sedums, can survive outside during the winter with little to no extra care required. Soft or tender succulents,…

Why Are My Succulent Leaves Falling Off

Why Are My Succulent Leaves Falling Off?

Succulents are low-maintenance plants, but they still require some care. One issue with succulents is leaves falling off. What causes this, and what can you do to solve the problem? What Causes Succulent Leaf Loss? The good news is succulents are much easier to nurse back to health when compared to most other houseplants. The…

How Much Sun Do Succulents Need

How Much Sun Do Succulents Need

Succulents need sunlight exposure, as most varieties thrive with at least 4-6 hours of daily indirect sunlight. Do Succulents Need A Lot Of Sun? Yes, most succulents do require a lot of sunlight to survive and thrive. Most of these species are well adapted to arid environments with little to no shade. In fact, many…

What Temperature Is Too Cold For Succulents

What Temperature Is Too Cold For Succulents?

Any temperature below 40°F is often considered too cold for succulents. Meanwhile, a temperature above 90°F is not ideal for a succulents’ health either. Let’s take a look at some ideal temperatures for succulents, both indoors and outdoors. Best Temperatures For Succulents Between 60°F and 80°F is considered ideal conditions for succulents to thrive. At…

How Fast Do Succulents Grow?

How Fast Do Succulents Grow?

If you are wondering how fast succulents grow, it all depends on the specific type of succulent. For instance, a fast-growing succulent like Echeveria can grow up to 6-8 inches in one year. Other succulents, such as Haworthias, can take more than a year to grow 3 inches. What Are Succulents? Essentially, succulents are dry-climate…

Cactus and Succulent Care

Saving A Dying Cactus

Most people who buy and tend cacti love them.  When they get sick it’s upsetting as they’ve likely been around for years.  Use these steps to help save a dying cactus at your home or business. Read on to learn more. Cut Rotting Parts Away Rotting is generally a sign of overwatering.  The black or…

Cactus and Succulent Care

Cactus & Succulent Care

If you are searching for “cactus care”, this post by A&P Nursery can help point you in the right direction. Cacti and succulents are very common houseplant nowadays. They come in a wide range of shapes and sizes from the petite to the grandiose. Cacti and succulents fall into the same category because they both…