• Watering Tips

    Watering Tips

    Make sure to use a pot with drainage hole If you’re a beginner, we highly recommend using pot with drainage holes. Though it is possible to grow succulents in pots without drainage holes, the risk of rot is much higher as water may sit at the bottom of the pot...

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  • Overwatered vs. Underwatered

    Overwatered vs. Underwatered

    Succulents are super easy going plants that can survive months in drought condition. However, they can rot and die within a few days if given too much water. In this blog post, we’d like to share with you how to tell whether your plants are overwatered or underwatered.  OVERWATERED Instead...

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  • Propagation From Cuttings

    Propagation From Cuttings

    A – Cutting this high on the stem is known as “pinching out.” The reason to pinch this high on the plant stem is to create growth for multiple cuttings or have the plants develop into a multi-headed plant. Cutting this high will force side stems to grow that will...

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  • Black Friday Sales

    Black Friday Sales

    From November 23 to November 27, we will be offering 25% off on all order $15 or more. Many of you who live in colder area may afraid that your succulents may not survive the transit. In fact, we offer 72 hours heat pack that can keep your plants warms,...

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  • How succulents react to weather and sun

    How succulents react to weather and sun

    SUN AND TEMPERATURE Succulents tend to prefer a temperate climate. Generally they do best in areas with filtered sunlight and temperatures below 90 degrees. Most succulents can tolerate full sunlight, however some can get sunburn if they are in full sun during the afternoon when the temperatures are highest (Aeonium...

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  • Soft vs Hardy Succulents

    Soft vs Hardy Succulents

    WHAT ARE SOFT SUCCULENTS? The term “soft succulents” (also known as “tender succulents”) covers a broad range of succulents that are less tolerant of cold temperatures than “hardy” succulents. We typically consider plants rated USDA Zone 9 (20 to 30 F) and above to be Soft Succulents, but some plants...

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