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Kalanchoe is a succulent plant genus of about 120 species in the stonecrop family (Crassulaceae). The majority of the species are native to Madagascar and tropical Africa, with a few others present in Brazil and Asia. Kalanchoes are common succulents because they are easy to grow indoors and are low-maintenance houseplants such as Kalanchoe Beharensis, Kalanchoe Mother of Thousands...
How to Make DIY Soil Mix for Topsy Turvy Echeveria
DIY Soil Mix for Topsy Turvy - Choosing suitable gardening soil for planting Topsy Turvy Echeveria is essential. Overwatering is the primary source of death for this plant, and that is why it is necessary to ensure you use the correct soil to plant Topsy Turvy Echeveria.  Topsy Turvy Echeveria is pretty and energetic, yet it can be sensitive on...
How to Make DIY Soil Mix for Succulent Black Prince Echeveria
Succulents like the Black Prince Echeveria are sensitive when it comes to the soil they need to grow. Not all kinds of soil are suitable for growing the Black Prince Echeveria. When you wrongly chose the soil you used for your succulents, it might kill the plant. That is why you need to meticulously select or make the appropriate...
How to Care for your Raindrops Echeveria during Winter and Rainy Days
Raindrops Echeveria is a unique type of Echeveria famous for its pale green, round leaves with globular bumps and red margins. Your Raindrops Echeveria is a hardy plant, and it could survive extreme temperatures.  However, your succulent won't do well during Winter and Rainy days because they bring constant moisture and water, which is not very favorable for them. That...
Kalanchoe beauverdii is a fascinating plant, and although it is not particularly attractive, it is rare enough to attract attention. Kalanchoe Beauverdii is a climber with spreading wiry gray stems that clamber and twine. It carries thin bow-shaped dark purple-black succulent leaves arranged in broadly spaced adjacent pairs. During the winter and spring season, terminal groups of heavy purple-tinged gray-green...
Watering Guide for Black Prince Echeveria-Black Prince Echeveria is an evergreen succulent plant that belongs to the slow-growing type of Echeveria and thrives in extreme conditions. However, you must know the proper watering guide for your Black Prince Echeveria to help avoid further complications that will affect the succulent's growth. Black Prince Echeveria is known to be drought-tolerant, and its watering needs...
Sedum Minor Succulent Information and Care Guide
Sedum Minor is a small succulent bush with blue-green and purple leaves that form hedges by filling in opposite directions on crawling stems. This succulent can reach a height of 5 inches while in sprout (12.5 cm). White blossoms with a few dark spots on the petals and green ovaries make up the flowers. SEDUM MINOR SUCCULENT INFORMATION AND CARE GUIDE Sedum...
Sedum Firestorm Succulent Info and Care Guide
Sedum Firestorm is a succulent variety bred for its bright red margins, which become even more spectacular in unfiltered light. Do you want to add a splash of color to your windowsill or garden border? Are you looking for low-growing, mounding succulents with a strong pop of color? The sedum firestorm might be the perfect succulent for you. Sedum Firestorm Succulent...
Crinoline Ruffles Echeveria Care Guide and Propagation Tips
Crinoline Ruffles Echeveria is a unique and attractive succulent that can grow up to eight (8) inches in height and up to six (6) inches in diameter. It has fleshy, ruffled green leaves to pale green and has soft and red tips in color, which becomes more intense in full sun. When it is summer season, expect that the...
Kalanchoe Mother of Thousand Care Guide
Kalanchoe Mother of Thousands, Mexican Hat Plant, or Alligator Plant, is a succulent plant native to Madagascar. It was previously known as Bryophyllum daigremontianum. It can spread vegetatively from plantlets on its leaf margins, just like other genera, Bryophyllum, now included in the genus Kalanchoe.  You can find a highly poisonous steroid in all parts of this species, called daigremontianin. This plant...