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DIY Succulent soil- Have you ever had an issue growing some succulents, and you have no idea what seems to be the problem? Then, there is a chance that the problem lies in the soil. Succulents require a diverse type of soil compared to other plants for them to grow.  Take note; you'll spend a lot of time resolving care...
Cutting cactus: The right time to cut your cactus- If your concern is multiplying cactus, do not worry because there are many ways to propagate this plant. One example is through cutting cactus. But take note, there are specific examples of cactus that are perfect for cuttings. A few are prickly pearls or sometimes called Opuntia, Columnar cacti, Pincushion,...
Kalanchoe Fedtschenkoi General Care Guide
Kalanchoe Fedtschenkoi is a lovely perennial succulent with compact foliage and modest growth. It is a member of the Crassulaceae family that takes all of its DNA from the Bryophyllum genus. And it was named Bryophyllum Fedtschenkoi in honor of botanist Boris Fedtschenkoi. If you are looking for an eye-catching succulent, Kalanchoe Fedtskenchoi is a good choice because it is...
Kalanchoes Laetivirens is a lovely houseplant with beautiful foliage and is primarily known for its stunning Mother of Thousands appearance. It is a member of the Stonecrop family and belongs to the genus Bryophyllum, which has 35 to 37 species.  When it comes to growth, the expectancy rate of this plant is 20 cm tall and 7 cm in diameter....
Kalanchoe Hybrid Care Guide and Propagation
The Kalanchoe Hybrid is a great way to beat the winter blues. You can utilize the plant as an indoor plant; however, it is possible to grow hybrids outdoors in warmer climates. The hybrid's sparkling green, scalloped leaves and dazzling flowers brighten any atmosphere, and it is easy to care for and grow. Learn more about Kalanchoe Hybrid plants and...
Aurora Borealis Kalanchoe Care Guide
Aurora Borealis Kalanchoe is a delightful sight to behold. Commonly known as Bryophyllum Fedtschenkoi Variegata or Aurora Borealis, this plant can tell you how it feels as it can exhibit specific changes in its hues once temperature, soil dryness, and the sunlight is being too less or too much.  This succulent shrub grows vertically. It has branches that spread out...
Haworthia Limifolia var. Striata is a well-known succulent because of its pleasing appearance and features. It has silvery-green foliage with white bumps. Those bumps resemble the texture of a washboard into where it gets its common name, “Fairy Washboard.” This succulent grows to form a rosette of triangular leaves. Its rosette can grow up to 4 inches but rarely produces...
Haworthia Arachnoidea, commonly known as Cobweb Aloe, is a spectacular succulent native to South Africa. It is a relatively small succulent that rarely produces an offset. Haworthia Arachnoidea is famous for having numerous unique foliage in fresh-green, fine spines or thorns on their margins, and mustard yellow tips. They grow to form a protective cover for their rosettes. Its rosette...
Crassula Brevifolia is a succulent plant from Crassula genus and Crassulaceae family. It is native to the arid western edge of South Africa. This species is closely related to Crassula Rupestris and Crassula perforata.  Crassula brevifolia is a small branching perennial shrub that grows up to 50cm in height. It has fleshy triangular leaves with slightly rounded angles that get red-brown edges if exposed to direct sun...
Kalanchoe Humilis Succulent Care Guide and Propagation
Kalanchoe Humilis is a huge succulent shrub with distinct and striking traits that make it easy to identify. When planted in a rock garden or large tub, kalanchoe humilis succulents can reach a height of 90 cm. It has pale green leaves with maroon or deep purple patterns on them. In most cases, you can see these markings in...