Easy Peasy Succulents

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August 13, 2020 0 Comments

Succulents are visually captivating, they come in all shapes, sizes, and colors making them a great plant for a kokedama. They are considered low maintenance plants and require little care to thrive. They rarely outgrow their moss ball so little to no pruning is required, which means you rarely have to transplant them. Whether it’s for your home or your office a kokedama succulent can make any space look trendy.

Watering

Your succulent will enjoy being misted once in a while to keep their leaves free of dust and debris. Even if you mist your plant it’s still important to water them. Give your kokedama a good soaking and let the soil dry out before the next watering. Let you kokedama sit in water for 2 to 3 minutes or until there are no more air bubbles.

They last a long time without water and some even have the ability to absorb water in the air around them through their leaves. Most store water in their roots stems and leaves.

An interesting fact; they attract fewer pests as they don’t need to be watered as frequently.

Sunlight

Most succulents do best in bright indirect sunlight. Some can handle some sunlight but most will suffer from burns if left in direct sunlight for an extended period. Keep them where they can get lots of bright light, morning sun is gentle but avoid the harsher afternoon sunlight as much as possible and watch your plant flourish.

Succulents make great plants for beginners, the busy professional, or even for children to learn about plants and how to take care of them. The choices are endless and each equally beautiful in its own right, enjoy your succulent.

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