Haworthia obtusa succulent

Haworthia obtusa This is a very popular variety, due to the beautiful transparent lens on the tip of the leaves. Each leaf looks like a drop of water. Once the plant grows about 4” in diameter, it starts growing pup clusters.  How do you grow Haworthia Obtusa? Soil: All Haworthias do not like their rootsContinue reading “Haworthia obtusa succulent”

Are coffee grounds good for succulents?

The maintenance and care for an indoor plant to an outdoor plant can be drastically different. The main tip to remember is that coffee grounds won’t work on potted plants unless it has been brewed and diluted in water. Potted succulents don’t have enough microbes in them to break down the grounds into a substanceContinue reading “Are coffee grounds good for succulents?”

SUCCULENTS FOR CATS & DOGS: SAFE OR TOXIC

Love succulents and animals? Good news: The succulents included here are completely harmless to your pets! These types are safe to keep around animals, even if a curious critter ingests them. Please note: toxicity research is an ongoing process and we are committed to keeping this list as up to date as possible. If youContinue reading “SUCCULENTS FOR CATS & DOGS: SAFE OR TOXIC”

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