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survive in hot arid regions. They can be found naturally from northern
Europe to southern and eastern Africa, and to the Far East. Early 15th
century expeditions allowed explorers like Columbus to bring these
unusual plants, cacti and succulents, back from the Americas, Africa and
Light: In general, the area should
have 10-12 hours of bright, indirect sunlight, with periods of shade
to prevent sunburns.
Colorful succulents require at least 6
hours of bright sunlight to maintain their vibrancy.
Soil: Provide well-draining
Potting soil is too dense to properly oxygenate
succulent roots, but can be loosened with coarse sand, perlite, or
Rock is not suggested because it doesn't retain
Temperature: Indoor succulents do not like extreme
Keeping a mild temperature will decrease your
amount of watering.
Water: Only water succulents when they need
Succulents should only be watered when
the potting materials, usually soil, is completely dry. When in
doubt, go without. Your succulents can survive with being under-watered,
but there is little that can be done once a succulent is
succulents popular?Succulents are
popular because they require very little water, little maintenance or
pruning, have unique and unusual structures and do not attract pests.
They are also slow-growing and come in almost every color of the rainbow.
All cacti are
succulents. However, not all succulents are cacti. Succulents and cacti
retain moisture the same way: in large juicy stems and/or leaves. Because
they originate from harsh, dry environments, cacti and succulents have
adapted these fleshy bits to reduce water loss during droughts or long
dry periods. Unlike succulents, cacti generally, but not always, tend to
have spines or prickly hairs protruding from enlarged bulbous structures
to prevent predators from drinking their stored water. How do succulents store
water?All plants have stomates, or tiny pores for gasses to pass
through for photosynthesis. Succulents close their stomates to reduce the
amount of water that will evaporate during hot days. They open them
during the cool night to store carbon dioxide for the following day.
Many succulents have medicinal properties to them, such as
Aloe, which is known for soothing burns and is used commercially in
facial creams. Other succulents you can ingest, such as the Prickly Pear.
While most succulents are not poisonous, allergic reactions can
occur. Some succulents produce a sap with a similar composition to
latex, such as the Euphorbia genus, which can
cause skin irritation. Other succulents can have sharply pointed leaves
that could injure children and pets.
Always err on the side of caution. It is highly recommended to
properly identify succulents before using their sap in any way, and
always call poison control if you have ingested an unknown, potentially