• How to Use Grow Light for Your Indoor Succulents

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    How to Use Grow Light for Your Indoor Succulents

    Grow light for succulents is a must-have when you want to grow your indoor succulents yet your windows don’t provide enough light to keep them healthy or when you need to bring them indoor for the winter. There’re many types of grow light available that you can choose from. Here...

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  • How to Repot Succulents: 3 Important Steps You Should Know

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    How to Repot Succulents: 3 Important Steps You Should Know

    We usually get asked about how and when to repot succulents. While it may sound intimidating and difficult, repotting succulent does not take much effort to be done properly. Follow this article to find out the important things you need to know about repotting.  Repotting succulents is not as hard as...

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  • Succulents Box September 2018 - Care Guide

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    Succulents Box September 2018 - Care Guide

    What does September hold for you? A brand new subscription box coming your way with our new arrival succulents! This month our Succulents Box is featuring Hummel’s Sunset, Ice plant, String of Pearls, and Lithop. This article will give you more details on each of these plants and instructions on...

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  • Succulent Dormancy 101

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    Succulent Dormancy 101

    Succulents are resilient and can look beautiful all year round, but in fact, there are some times of year they become inactive. You need to know when to expect their active growth season as well as dormant period to adjust appropriate succulent care techniques. Different succulents grow at different rates...

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  • Troubleshooting Common Problems for Succulents

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    Troubleshooting Common Problems for Succulents

    There are many issues succulents usually run into that might concern you. This article will tackle the most common problems and you'll be well equipped the next time your dear plants are suffering. SYMPTOMS & DIAGNOSIS Upper leaves getting wilted, wrinkled, and crispy dry: Underwatered Older leaves turning yellow, transparent and soggy:...

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  • How to Make My Succulents Turn Red?

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    How to Make My Succulents Turn Red?

    Most succulents are green in color, but some varieties can turn shades of red, pink, or purple when stressed. These succulents that can display vibrant colors other than green include some aloes, aeoniums, crassulas, echeverias, sedums, kalanchoes, sempervivums, and euphorbias. One exception is agaves which typically don’t display any color...

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