Introduction & Care

How to Get Rid of Mealybugs on Succulents?

Mealy bugs are scaled, oval-shaped, soft-bodied unarmored insects that are covered in a white, powdery wax coating. If you don't observe them closely, you might think they are a small spot of cotton. They usually appear on greenhouse plants, house plants and succulents in warm, moist climates. Mealy bugs suck the plant juice on plants and appear on the underside of the leaves and stems. They spread over super fast. If they don't get treated asap, they will infect nearly the whole succulent, even to nearby succulents, which cause dry and wilted leaves and kill the plants eventually.

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How Much Sunlight Do Succulents Need?

It is not a secret that succulents love sun and they need sunlight to maintain their unique shapes and colors. While some succulents grow very well in the full sun, some varieties prefer bright sunlight or partial shade to thrive. In this blog, we would show you how succulents react when they get too much sunlight or under-exposure. Plus how to pick the right location for your succulents.
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Are Succulents are Poisonous to Cats or Dogs?

With succulent plants become more and more popular worldwide due to their low-maintenance and rich colors, there are endless succulents varieties available to purchase in the market.

Generally speaking pets are prone to smelling, touching, licking, and even ingesting anything that interests them. For those who have pets like cats or dogs in family, it is better to dig out the specie name of succulents and do a search online before bring succulents into your home.
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Do Succulents Like Humidity?

Humidity refers to the amount of water vapor present in the air. The higher the humidity is, the higher the volume of water vapor. In general, 50% humidity is comfortable for most houseplants and our human beings. However, for succulents and cactus, the ideal humidity rate is around 10%.
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Soft Succulents & Hardy Succulents

The biggest difference between soft and hard succulents are the conditions where the plants can survive. After all, succulents grow across hundreds of countries in thousands of slightly different climates. Hot, cold, wet, dry, humid, and much more, there are countless little differences. Unluckily, while hardy succulents can survive both hot and cold climates, soft succulents can only survive in warmer climates.
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Propagate Succulents from Stem Cuttings

As well as known that succulents are super easy to propagate. Compared with other propagation ways, propagate succulents from cuttings is the most efficient way and it is a enjoyable progress for succulent beginners. Though it is quite simple, there are some tips you need to know. The first one is you need to select a right variety as some succulents are better to propagate from leaf or beheading. The next one is let the wound dry a little bit before planting it in the soil. In this blog, a full guide is provided and let's enjoy propagation!
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