How To Grow Succulents.
It is indeed very interesting and equally fun to plant a succulent garden and this guide reveals how and why. I am an enthusiast when it comes to gardening hence my curiosity to achieve something more in the garden. I am however sometimes limited by time. Even with the challenge of time, I can achieve my goals relatively faster. The young ones can also be incorporated into this fun! With space being a limitation, it is important that I be creative.
The thing about garden succulents is that they add vibrancy into the garden, diversity and even color.
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The first thing that will be necessary to have is a small planting space, a pot that needs to have a drainage spot at its bottom. Another critical aspect to understand is that succulents do not actually thrive in soggy soil, consequently, soil specific for succulents will be needed. The cost of the soil is relatively cheap, alternatively, it can be borrowed as a cutting from those that grow succulents. In any case, when the succulents grow in size eventually, one can make cuttings of their own. In future, you can save your time and your funds in the event that you have your own cuttings.
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1.Make sure you put the soil into the pot at least 1-inch or more for the pot to be exposed. Make some space for the succulent by digging the soil in your pot then proceed to put the succulent inside the pot, later cover its root with soil Always make sure to leave a length of an inch for the succulent to be exposed.
Remember to water the plant then place it in sunny spot. If you put too much fertilizer can worsen the situation that putting none. The best quantity of fertilizer (nitrogen) is 50% to 25%. The plant can thieve in both fertilizer or no fertilizer.
Keep out of reach to extreme weather condition like snow and frost, and it will result to death of the succulent.
lots of good sunlight is best for the succulent.
The best light condition for succulent is an indirect sunlight, you should place it away from direct sunlight like below a shade where they is enough flow of wind. They is more option on the size of the pot, you can use a bigger pot or a smaller pot depending on the number of succulent. Succulent hold lots of water in them so you better be careful when watering them, just put enough water. Make sure the soil is dry before you water them again. A dry soil is required before you water your plant and this would ensure continued productivity.