The succulent vegetation are also called fats vegetation or easy succulents. Technically, they’re water-retaining crops which are adapted to arid conditions. Succulents store water in their leaves, roots and/or stems.
Easy methods to determine them
You’ll be able to determine these crops in following ways.
a) See if it has thick leaves or stem the place it could be storing water.
b) Feel the flat part of its leaves and if they are smooth and smooth, its a succulent.
c) See if it looks like cacti or Aloe Vera( frequent succulents).
Succulent vegetation care
Here are some tricks to take better care of your succulents.
Succulents do not like being in colder temperatures. Defend these crops from frost and snow, which is able to kill them.
Succulents want loads of sunlight. They like indirect light to the direct, so present them with vivid, filtered, indirect light by either keeping them indoors and near the window or for those who grow them outdoor, grow them under the shade of timber, just like in the wild.
You can’t over-water your these plants. Watering them twice or thrice in a month could be alright.
An excessive amount of fertilizer might be worse than none at all. Use a low nitrogen fertilizer at about ½ to ¼ the recommended rate. Succulents perform equally effectively without any fertilizing if light, water and temperature situations are good for them. Utilizing organic fertilizer is all the time a perfect selection when compared to artificial ones.
A Few Common Succulents
Here is a checklist of some common succulent crops:
Miniature Pine Bushes
All prickly pear cactus species
Molded Wax Aloe
Mother of Pearl Plant