Do Succulents Like Coffee Grounds

Do Succulents Like Coffee Grounds?

Yes, succulents love coffee grounds! Coffee is acidic, and succulents thrive in acidic soil. Coffee grounds also contain several essential nutrients that succulents need to grow, such as magnesium, potassium,

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9 Benefits of Succulents

9 Benefits of Succulents

Succulents are a popular choice for beginner plant owners because not only are they beautiful, but they are also low maintenance and very easy to take care of. But did

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Succulents for Office

9 Succulents for Office

Succulents add to the aesthetic features and charm of a home. Similarly, it is now a trend for modern office areas to include these plants as part of their interior

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Succulent Pests

Succulent Pests

Succulents are drought-resistant plants that are quite tolerant of insects.  While some of these pests may not bother the plants, some are harmful and may inflict serious damage to your

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Insecticide for Succulents

Insecticide for Succulents

Have you noticed white fuzz or yellow and rust-colored spots on your succulents lately? Chances are they might be infected with pests or harmful insects that are not easily detected

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Cactus Compost

Cactus Compost

The best way to cultivate any plant, and especially those that come from places with unique climates, is to simulate their environment in your home. Cacti come from arid desert

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Succulent Compost

Succulent Compost

Succulents need to be planted on soil that drains well as they do not do particularly well in regular soil. Creating a mix of compost, sand and perlite will emulate

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White Powder on Succulents

White Powder on Succulents

If you notice your succulents starting to look as though they have been sprinkled with flour, they might have powdery mildew. Powdery mildew is one of the most common succulent

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How To Ship Succulents

How To Ship Succulents?

Starting a succulent collection is a good stress reliever and first-time succulent growers derive great joy from it. Countless varieties can be purchased online and shipped to any state or

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White Fuzz on Succulents

White Fuzz on Succulents

Have you noticed some white fuzz on your succulents lately? It may look harmless, but it could mean a pest infestation or a fungal disease. Succulents are known to be

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Blue Fox Tail Agave

11 Large Succulents

If you are looking for the missing piece for your outdoor or indoor garden, you might need a succulent that readily commands attention. And one of the best ways to

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Jade Plants

9 Large Indoor Succulents

Many people think succulents are tiny and fragile houseplants that are displayed unobtrusively on top of tables. But if you look more succulents, you will see that these low maintenance

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Best Soil for Jade Plant

Best Soil for Jade Plant

The Jade Plant is one of the more popular houseplants since time immemorial. And there are plenty of reasons why. For starters, the plant can be grown indoors. Whether at

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Echeveria amoena

7 Succulents That Stay Small

Succulents are excellent plants for small spaces. You can reap the same benefits of owning succulents (ease of care, longevity, etc.) in a small, manageable package. Here is a list

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Echeveria Stretching

Echeveria Stretching

An Echeveria stretching is a common but preventable problem. When your Echeveria stretches its stems look leggy, which means that you are not quite meeting its needs. Specifically, the succulent

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Rose Pincushion Cactus

11 Rare Succulents

You started with just one succulent you have received as a gift. Now, your house is filled with practically every kind of succulent. Where do you go from here? Maybe it

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Fire Stick

9 Large Outdoor Succulents

Although succulents have garnered the reputation of being among the best indoor plants, there are a few varieties that are perfect for your garden. Here are some large outdoor succulents

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Agave palmeri

7 Succulents That Grow Tall

Many people think of succulents as small and dainty house plants kept in cute pots. However, there are some succulents that grow tall. Consider adding these seven succulents to your

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Succulent Leaves Turning Brown

Succulent Leaves Turning Brown

Succulent leaves turn brown due to four possible reasons: over-watering, under-watering, sun damage and natural leaf loss. Why succulent leaves turn brown Identifying the real reason behind the color change

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Burro’s Tail

17 Hanging Succulents

You do not need to have expansive space for hanging succulents. Even with little space to spare you can keep one or more trailing succulents hanging in baskets to spruce

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calloused succulent

Calloused Succulent

If you are trying to propagate your succulents through the use of cuttings, do you need to wait for these to callus? There are two schools of thought on propagating

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Black Rose

Succulents Safe for Cats

Many animals, including cats and dogs, seem to instinctively avoid succulents. Perhaps it is the taste, or maybe the smell, that makes these plants unpalatable to animals. Broadly speaking, succulents

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How to Breed Succulents

How to Breed Succulents?

Breeding succulents can be both frustrating and rewarding, especially when you are just starting.  With many variables that can come into play, it helps to have a guide on how

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Hens and Chicks Plant Dying

Hens and Chicks Plant Dying

The scientific name of the hens and chicks plant translates to “always alive.”  But what if your Hens and Chicks Plant is? There are two possible reasons: either the plant

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Succulents in the Bathroom

Succulents in the Bathroom

Succulents are among the hardiest plants, recognized for their ability to grow in what would otherwise be inhospitable environments for other plants. But can you place succulents inside the bathroom?

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White Spots on Succulents

White Spots on Succulents

White spots on succulents are a cause for concern as they often indicate a bigger problem at hand which needs your immediate attention. White spots on succulents are most often

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Do Deer Eat Succulents

Do Deer Eat Succulents?

Deer have been known to wander into gardens and eat succulents. However, deer do not target succulents if there are other tastier treats available. Plus, some succulents are deer-resistant. Deer-resistant

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Do Rabbits Eat Succulent

Do Rabbits Eat Succulents?

Do not let a rabbit’s cute appearance and shy demeanor fool you. If you let these tiny critters wander around your garden, they will eat your plants, even your succulents!

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Do Gophers Eat Succulents

Do Gophers Eat Succulents?

Gophers are voracious eaters. These rodents will eat practically any type of plant, especially the roots and tubers. When these small mammals invade a garden, they often target carrots, peas,

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Jade Plant Drooping

Jade Plant Drooping

Jade plants are resilient and easy to care for. And as such, it may come as a surprise if you see your plant drooping.  The most common causes for a

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How Fast Do Succulents Grow

How Fast Do Succulents Grow?

You have just received (or bought) your first succulent and you are excited to see it reach maturity. But how quickly do these plants grow? Compared to other plants, succulents

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Do Succulents Like Humidity

Do Succulents Like Humidity?

Plants are affected by humidity in different ways. Some, like succulents, do not tolerate it well. In fact, some varieties of succulents can easily succumb to rot brought about high

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Do Succulents Need Soil

Do Succulents Need Soil?

In recent years, succulents have grown in popularity. And it is fairly easy to understand why. For starters, these plants are easy to care for. Compared to other plants, succulents

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Black Spots on Succulents

Black Spots on Succulents

Black spots on succulents are caused by over watering, sunburn, viruses, frost, trauma and pest infestation. Here’s a brief look at how each of these potential causes can harm your

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