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The Complete Guide to Succulent Plants

Succulents are plants that store water in their leaves. The leaves of these plants are fleshy and thick. Succulents come in a variety of species, colors, shapes, and textures. These plants prefer warm temperatures and cannot resist cold. Succulents thrive in dry climates and are drought-resistant, they rely on the water and nutrients stored in their leaves. Too much water to the roots can result in root rot and plant dying.

Some Common Succulent plants

  • Jade Plant
  • Crown-of-Thorns
  • Echeveria
  • Haworthia
  • Sedum
  • Aloe Vera
  • String Of Pearls
  • Snake Plant
  • Burro’s Tail
  • Zebra Plant
  • Cactus


Why did succulents change colors?
If your succulent plant changes colors that are completely normal. Succulents usually change colors depending on various factors:

Amount of Light

If your succulent is not getting enough sunlight, it might lose its vibrant color. When grown in shade or indoors, succulents fade down to green but that doesn’t mean your plant is not healthy. It will continue to grow but unless it gets at least 5-6 hours of direct sunlight it will stay green only.

Watering succulents regularly like other plants can make your succulents green. As succulents are drought resistant, leaving your plant dry for some days can cause succulents to change color.


Succulents prefer warm temperatures. When subjected to cold temperatures, succulents might change color. The ideal temperature for succulents is around 22℃. Around this temperature, the colors start intensifying.

How to Propagate Succulents?
Most succulents can be propagated from cuttings. Some succulents even reproduce small pups while they grow. You can propagate succulents by mainly two methods- from leaves and from cuttings. The method also depends on the succulent you want to propagate. Like you can propagate Jade from cuttings, Snake plant from leaves and it also reproduces pups.

How to Water Succulents?
Succulents do not need regular watering. They should be watered only when the soil has dried out completely. Mainly for indoor plants, they should be watered with a frequency of 14-21 days but it can be varied as per the need. Most succulents are prone to root rot so make sure not to water often.

How to care for Succulents?

Water your plant fully but less often as succulents cannot survive when the roots are  in


Make sure your succulents get enough sunlight. Succulents need at least six hours of sun per day. Some do well in shade as well, it depends on the type of succulent. Rotate your succulents frequently for even growth.

Use well-draining Soil
Succulents need infrequent watering. To make sure the soil dries completely between the watering periods, use well-draining soil. Also, use containers with good drainage to make sure your succulents do not sit in water-logged soil. Terracotta pots are great to start with.

Succulent do not need regular fertilizing but light fertilizers in summer and spring can help them grow well. Be careful not to over-fertilize it can harm your plant.

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