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Grow it once and forget it…Succulent

You see a small furry and beautiful succulent it is very elegant and a bit takes easily flourish in the care. You should grow it once and forget it in the garden can easily keep you. slightly information you can grow easily succulent in your indoor garden. If you took indoor the succulent plant, there should be sufficient light of the Sun. Succulent requires 6 hours light in a day.

Today succulent is a sort of fashion to figure in the House. It’s a lot of species are available. It can grow alone or can be fitted with other plants. Succulent can be seen in many colors in various colors such as green, pink, Nile, red, yellow, white, Burgundy, black, and others can be seen in many colors.

Succulent plants may store water in various structures, such as leaves and stems. Some definitions also include roots, so that geophytes that survive unfavorable periods by dying back to underground storage organs may be regarded as succulents. Cacti are also unique subset of the succulent group

Succulent Care

Soil:

Succulent is required well-drained soil. When you plant in your garden, first you make sure not to miss anything better water extraction or water deposits. May not absorb water so that you can also use the gravel or sand. If you want to plant in the container before you plant to make the hole in the bottom and put small stones or gravel in it.

Planting:

Growing succulents don’t have to be difficult. When you are planting succulents in a container you mark that the drainage hole is proper in the pot.  After planting, water in well and allow the soil to dry slightly between watering. Succulents should be potted in a fast-draining potting soil. These plants have generally shallow roots.

Zones:

Most are hardy to USDA Zone 5 (-20 to -10 F) but can go as low as Zone 3 (-40 to -30 F). All Succulent is a plant in Hardy zone 3,4,5. Succulent change our color in more cold in the meantime they lose their leaves.

Fertilizer:

Most Succulents don’t require plenty of fertilizer, but sufficient if you give fertilizer in a month.  During the growing season, succulent likes fertilizing. During the slumber don’t fertilize the succulent.

Watering:

While growing succulents should be watered at least once a week you can regular watering, but you remember, your pot is good runs out the water of its drainage holes. In the cold weather, you should avoid the watering regularly.

Flowering:

Succulent thrive in a different time and their color is different too.

Pests:

Succulent is safe but not always slugs sometimes chafer, Aphids, snails, and nematodes are among some of the guests that can attack your succulent garden.
Sunlight:
Succulents need a lot of sunlight to grow happy and healthy. I read somewhere they don’t’ like direct sunlight in the heat of summer. if you put outside in the garden shade is necessary when the sun is bright.

Uses:

Succulent never die. Its beautiful texture and color enhance the beauty of your garden. You can create beautiful rock garden through succulent.

6 Easy Succulent grow in containers

1.Hens-and-Chicks

Hens and chicks (also known as hen and- chicken or hen-and-biddies in the American south) is a group of small succulent. This plant is close to the ground. Its leaves are very beautiful, the arrangement of leaves are circular. Through rosettes usually, sit near the soil. You plant in cold regions and easy indoor and outdoor hot put in the environment. This plant does not require the more care. There are more than 3000 species in many sizes colors and textures are available. They are an amazing plant.

More species are available and you can grow in hot and cool temperature. The plant has required sandy soil, good drainage is important. This plant requires little water but on summer days can be given daily watering, if water drainage should be better.

2.Aeonium Zwartkop :

Aeonium is evergreen succulent.  Its fleshy leaves and flowers of the star size increase its beauty. You can see in the beginning of spring season this perennial shrub is looking beautiful with their darker violet leaves and bright yellow flowers. Provide full sun and well-drained soil is required.

3. Pachyveria Royal Flush:

This is a small species of shrub. Its length is about 15 centimeters. Its leaves are mostly gray, green to brownish in color.  This plant tolerates partial shade. Another name of this plant is a Red Leaf. There is a kind of flower that perennial. In 3 years complete their life cycle.

4. Burro’s Tail

It is a perennial plant succulent has Blue-green leaves they are 60 centimeters long. They thrive pink and red flowers in summer. In the sufficient light, the color of the leaves is thicker. It requires medium over water but overwatering is damage the plant. Their stem and leaf cutting propagate this plant. Its leaves are chopped for several days to live and flourish again after some time.

5. Jade Plant

Crassula ovata commonly known as jade plant, friendship tree, lucky plant or money tree is a succulent plant.  It is native to South Africa. The plant indoor and outdoor planting in both you can make your garden beautiful. Keep the plant healthy with water and light.  These are very easy to maintain but to keep in mind the basic need. You can put few hours in sunny summer but at the night to keep in full darkness. Avoid fertilizer in the summer season.

6. Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera is a succulent plant species of the genus Aloe. It grows wild in tropical climates around the world and is cultivated for agricultural and medicinal uses. Its leaves are thorny grayish, green, which is 50 centimeters long. The leaves are in a layer of the surfaces. Sometimes there are white spots on the leaves surface. Aloe Vera is easy to cultivate, with no special requirements.  When growing Aloe Vera watering is essential but avoids overwatering. You can grow in cool or warm weather. Find more at.

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