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I have a fun tutorial on growing succulents indoors, I love how versatile succulents are and so far I have yet to kill one! I will say that succulents tend to grow best outdoors however, I have had pretty good luck growing them indoors as well.
I have been grabbing succulents off my brothers property for a few year now. I basically snip off stems and plant them in a planting area in our back yard. About a year later 1 little stem turns into a large beuatiful plant and I transplant them. I also take the stems and make beautiful garden containers with them. As they grow too big for the pots I simply replant, giveaway or transplant into the ground. Easy peasy!
I filled my pots pretty full with the succulents, it better to space them apart so that a maximum amount of sunlight can reach them. As they grow a little bigger I’ll be pulling some of the plants out.
Tips on growing succulents indoors:
*Don’t overwater your plants, I water about once every other week. If they are looking a little dry, I spritz them.
*They need about 6 hours of sunlight, try to keep them near a bright window.
*Succulents should be potted in a fast-draining mixture that’s designed for cacti and succulents.
*During the summer growing season, fertilizer as you would with other houseplants.
You can see how I created my succulent basket below, hope you will give it a try! Succulents can withstand dry conditions, so hopefully if you are a newbie at indoor house plants you will have a great experience! Thanks so much for stopping in today, have a great weekend!