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    Identification of Succulent Plant Growth and Dormancy

    In order to adapt to the environment in the place of origin of succulents, almost every cultivar has formed an annual dormant or semi-dormant physiological habit. (Due to different species, their dormant periods are in summer and some in winter. The breeds are in the second season of summer and winter. Although they “migrated” to foreign countries and have bred ten generations, eight generations, or even thousands of generations, this habit is still “unwilling to change.” Because of this habit, management, and growth in this period There is a difference in period management. If “same treatment”, it is easy to make the succulents grow badly, even rot and die, causing…

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    This pot of green plants not only occupies no land, it is also unsustainable!

    ///   Designer raya sader bujana Elaborate a series of indoor potted plants He reduced the size to create a charming paper sculpture   To make small works raya sader bujana carefully Cutting, scoring, painting and folding paper Create a lifelike version The cutest is The artist also made small baskets to house the plants                                       Do you like such a small design full of details?      

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    How to Take Care of Succulent in January

    January is the coldest season of the year and the month with less light. Therefore, the management of succulents in January should be based on cold protection and increased light. No matter what type of succulents prefer sufficient sunlight, if there is insufficient light it will grow the plant too long, its plant type will come off, the leaves will become thin and the fleshy stem will be weak, which will cause deformation of the plant. Once this phenomenon occurs, it will be difficult to return to the original state which seriously affects the appearance. This phenomenon is more likely to occur in an environment with high temperatures and insufficient…

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    How to Grow Succulents Part 2

    Growing succulents indoors can be a bit tricky. However, with these simple tips, you’ll be able to better care for your indoor succulent collection. As cute as they are, succulents don’t always make the best indoor house plants. But, that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t grow them! This post will teach you exactly how to grow beautiful, healthy succulents indoors. Not Watering Them Enough The Chihuahuan Desert gets a little over 9 inches of rain annually — a drop in the bucket compared to what the verdant landscapes most of us call home to receive. In the desert, however, when it rains, it pours. To make your own desert-dweller happy, try…

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    How to Care for Succulents Indoors

    Growing succulents indoors can be a bit tricky. However, with these simple tips, you’ll be able to better care for your indoor succulent collection. As cute as they are, succulents don’t always make the best indoor house plants. But, that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t grow them! This post will teach you exactly how to grow beautiful, healthy succulents indoors. To help you even further, start by downloading my free cheat sheet to see what it looks like when your succulents need more or less water. Click here to grab that that, it’ll be super helpful. Start with the right succulents. Not all succulents are suited for indoor growing. Choosing succulents…

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    How to Take Care of Succulents

    Because of their unique ability to retain water, succulents tend to thrive in warm, dry climates and don’t mind a little neglect. This makes them well adapted to indoor growing and ideal for people desiring low-maintenance houseplants. Many people think that all succulents are cacti but this is not the case; however, all cacti are succulents. These strong, resilient plants work best in environments that get bright light, such as a windowsill or a glass door, or under a skylight. All you have to do is water these plants with a spray bottle, and wipe down with a paper towel if dusty. While growing, cacti and succulents should be watered…

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