Guide On Growing Succulents.
The simplicity and enjoyment involved in planting a succulent garden can be realized with a few tips. I am an enthusiast when it comes to gardening hence my curiosity to achieve something more in the garden. Regardless, time is in most cases a huge constraint. Absence of time notwithstanding, my objectives can be met in speedy manner. The good part is that even children can participate. The thing is I am limited in terms of space, I therefore have to think outside the box.
The thing about garden succulents is that they add vibrancy into the garden, diversity and even color.
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One important material that will be needed is a small container, possibly a pot, which must have a drainage hole at its base. Another critical aspect to understand is that succulents do not actually thrive in soggy soil, consequently, soil specific for succulents will be needed. The soil can be cheaply acquired or better still it can also be acquired from people that already in the business of growing succulents. At the end of the day, the succulents will increase in size and cuttings can be acquired. Two important resources of finances and time will be saved later with having own cuttings.
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1.Make sure you put the soil into the pot at least 1-inch or more for the pot to be exposed. Always remember to make space of the succulent, this done by digging. For the succulent to be exposed make sure you leave an inch of length.
Water the plant then put it in place of sunny. If you put too much fertilizer can worsen the situation that putting none. The best quantity of fertilizer (nitrogen) is 50% to 25%. The plant can thieve in both fertilizer or no fertilizer.
Keep out of reach to extreme weather condition like snow and frost, and it will result to death of the succulent.
Enough sunlight is good for the succulent.
Remember that the succulent don’t need direct sunlight only indirect sunlight, so make sure to filter the sunlight by putting them indoor by near direct wind flow. Depending on the number of succulent, you can use a larger pot for more than one succulent or a smaller one for one plant. Remember that succulent hold more water, so remember not water more. This should be done when the soil is not moist (dry), this will be best optimum condition for the growth of succulence. A dry soil is required before you water your plant and this would ensure continued productivity.