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How to Use Sunlight to Grow Colorful Succulents
Succulents are usually known for their rich, vivid green color—but have you ever noticed your succulents changing color over time? If you’re itching to add a pop of color to your succulent terrarium, planters, or landscape, we know just the trick! Tampa Succulents is going to shed some light on how and why succulents change colors. Read on to learn and try it out for yourself! Succulent Stressors Some succulents may change colors according to the seasons, the frequency and amount they are watered, or according to daily temperature changes. Even succulents kept indoors or in the same conditions year...
6 Common Succulent Pests and How to Get Rid of Them
Insects and pests are just a natural part of gardening. For the most part, succulents are hardy plants that are mostly unbothered by insects. However, there are a few common types of pests that can seriously harm and even kill your succulents. If you notice your succulent is discolored, wilted, sticky, or forming sooty black mold, it most likely has contracted a pest of some kind. However, there is no cause for alarm! There are plenty of easy treatments and homemade remedies to effectively rid your succulent or cactus of pests. Let’s take a look at the most common succulent...
String of Bananas Care Guide
Looking for a succulent to go bananas over? We’ve got you covered! Closely related to the String of Pearls succulent, the String of Bananas (Senecio radicans) trailing succulent is native to South Africa and characterized by its glossy banana-shaped leaves that grow on long, hanging stems. Some people find the String of Bananas succulent to be easier to care for than the String of Pearls succulent because its tendrils are thicker and less prone to break. In addition, the String of Bananas grows faster and is not as likely to dry out like the String of Pearls. String of Bananas...
Biophilia: Experts Reveal 11 of Their Favorite Plants For Your Home
We reached out to 12 plant experts from Buffalo, NY to Toronto, ON to share their favorite plants. From Hoya Bellas to Raven Zamioculcas, these suggestions may just become your next favorite plant.
How to Water Your Succulents: The Drench & Dry Method