Succulents keep on giving with their offshoots of new plant babies to pass along. And better still, they hold a lot of juice or sap, so they're low maintenance and don't need heavy watering. Pests don't seem to bother them either! Three checks for an excellent addition to the plant shelf!
Super easy to care for. Perfect for beginners!
Safe to be around humans and pets.
Great For People Who…
Great for people with pets
Great for people who are on the go and need low maintenance plants
Great for people who love to share plants with their friends
Great for people who like fun projects
Great For Spaces That…
Great for spaces with higher ceilings
Great for space with a range of low to high indirect light
Great for spaces with bright indirect light
Great for spaces with shelving or with an upward climbing trellis
Cutie Little Baby Succulents: 16 Pack Care Guide
Loves bright light - as much as they can get.
Succulents require water to survive, but can sustain long periods of drought.
Succulents don't require any extra humidity.
Slow release granules can be added to the soil or fertilize when watering with a liquid according to directions. Do not fertilize in the fall and winter months during the resting season.
Repot succulents in the early spring in a well draining succulent and cacti soil mix. Use a container with drainage holes. Add a piece of screen to keep the soil from spilling out but allowing drainage. Add soil to the bottom of the new slightly larger container and carefully place them in the center, adding backfill around the edges. Leave a 1/2 inch of space between the soil and the top edge to prevent water spillage. Water as instructed and fertilize with succulent/cacti fertilizer.
Gently wipe leaves with a makeup or paint brush to remove indoor dust. Prune succulents in the early spring or after flowering.
Take fallen leaves or trim off at the base of the stem carefully. If a tip of the leaf is removed, they won't produce sprouts. Lay the leaves out until the tips heal and dry for a couple of days. Prepare the planting tray with succulent/cacti soil in each pot. Then, lay the leaves on top of the dampened soil using a mister. Place the leaves in bright, indirect sunlight and mist with water as the soil dries. Succulent roots will begin to grow, and baby leaves will form on the parent leaf's end. As the baby leaves, grow, the parent leaf will fade and dry. Gently remove the dying leaf with clippers. Continue to nurture with moisture and bright indirect light. Turn the pot each time you water if the light is coming from one direction.