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Succulents Sedum Tornado

Succulents are known for their tremendous personality, texture, and color. These low-maintenance plants are ideal for sunny spaces and busy plant parents!

Succulents make ideal houseplants for forgetful gardeners. Too much attention or watering can be the downfall for these hardy and low-maintenance plants. Unlike other houseplants, succulents only need to be watered occasionally. Succulents store water in their thick, fleshy leaves and stems. Once you find the right spot for your succulents, they’ll thrive with very little attention. Succulents kept indoors only need to be fertilized in the spring and lightly watered occasionally. Succulents are considered non-toxic but can cause skin irritation. Succulents are shipped in a 5-inch white ceramic pot. They make an excellent gift for anyone!

Temperature
Succulents like bright, indirect sunlight. If you start to see black spots on your succulent leaves, move them out of direct sunlight. However, if you notice that they begin to grow tall very quickly, they are likely looking for more light. Try moving them to a sunnier place in your home. Succulents will do best with temperatures between 65 and 85 degrees.

Care Instructions
Be sure not to over-water your succulent plants. It’s best to wait until the soil is completely dry before watering. You do not need to saturate the soil--a tablespoon or two of water will be enough for your succulents. If you notice that the leaves of your succulents are curling or crispy, this is a sign that they may need a bit more water.

Fertilizer
Your indoor succulents can benefit from annual fertilizing. Be sure to use something designated explicitly for succulents or cacti. It’s best to fertilize your succulents in the spring when the days start to get longer and more sunlight.

WATER

Only when it's dry

TEMPERATURE

65-85 °F

FERTILIZER

In spring

WHERE IN THE WORLD

Africa, America, and the European Alps

Succulents store water in their thick, fleshy leaves and stems. Once you find the right spot for your succulents, they’ll thrive with very little attention.