Set in a small blue ceramic pot, this arrangement is colorful and vibrant. This is perfect for a garden table, office desk, dining room table, or any surface that draws attention.
This succulent arrangement is recommended for indoors but would do well in a covered area. If indoors, place in a bright, sunny location. If you notice the succulents start to look stretched, move them to a window with more sun or outdoors. The pot is older and has minor wear and tear for a personalized look. If you are unsure whether or not to water, touch the soil under the rocks. If this soil is damp, DO NOT WATER. The soil needs to be completely dry before you water.
The most important part of succulent care is when and how to water. Only water the plants when the soil is completely dry. It will usually take 1- 3 weeks for the soil to completely dry. When watering DON'T mist, water your succulent until the soil is completely wet. Soil will change in color once wet. Try to water in the afternoon for better absorbance. For this arrangement, due to no drainage hole, I would water 2 tablespoons once or twice a month, depending on the location.
*These plants like to be neglected. I'm serious.* Depending on conditions, sometimes water isn't necessary for up to 3 weeks. You will get an info/care packet with your order to help you along the way. Remember, each succulent can be turned into a lifetime of more succulents. Each leave that falls off can be turned into a new plant - that's what's so amazing about succulents.
Common succulent problems:
If they begin to stretch out, it means they aren't getting enough sunlight. If the bottom leaves begin to turn yellow or mushy, it means they are being over watered. Underwatered succulents will begin to look wrinkled, almost like our skin does when we age.