Succulents Plant FeaturesSucculents are some of the trendiest plants around. You often see them featured in magazines, blogs, and everywhere else (including Pinterest). It's no wonder why: Succulents offer a wonderful array of colors and textures. Plus, they're easy to grow indoors and out!
Succulent houseplants are popular plants for window sills, bright desks, and other indoor spaces where you can show them off. We're especially fond of succulents grown on living walls! As houseplants, succulents thrive in just about any container, so look for the perfect
Outdoors, succulents are perfect for landscapes and container gardens. Most succulents are from warm-weather
Some of the more common groups of succulents include Agave, Aloe, Crassula, Echeveria, Gasteria, Haworthia, Kalanchoe, Ledebouria, Portulacaria, and Senecio.
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Succulents Growing InstructionsGrow succulent houseplants in the brightest spot you have. They love a sunny window sill, but also thrive under bright artificial light, making them ideal accents for your desk at work or school.
Outdoors, most succulents need a spot with at least a half day of sun. Typically, the more, the better -- especially if you want to enjoy the plants' colors to their best effect.
Because succulents store water in their leaves, they don't need to be watered very frequently. Once every couple of weeks -- or less -- may suffice, depending on the variety, the size of the pot, and the amount of light and temperature it gets.
Most succulents are pretty slow growing, especially as houseplants, so you typically don't need to worry about pruning them. But you can fertilize succulents if you want for faster growth. Spring and summer are the best time to fertilize them; you can use any general-purpose fertilizer. Follow the directions on the packaging to make sure you apply the right amount.
Note: While they're beautiful and easy-care plants, succulents are not intended for human or animal consumption.
Get tips for planting succulents (and cacti)
Indoors: High light
Purifies the air
Super-easy to grow
Complement your SucculentsCactus
Cacti are natural partners for low-water succulents and can provide fun textural and color contrasts.
Indoors, easy-care dischidia is a perfect partner for succulents.