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Guide On Growing Succulents. The process of planting a garden is as easy as it is as fun and the following are some ideas. I am an enthusiast when it comes to gardening hence my curiosity to achieve something more in the garden. Regardless, time is in most cases a huge constraint. Nonetheless, the activities involved can be completed with less time and resources. More interesting is the fact that kids can be part of this. Unlike those with enough space, my space is small meaning I have to be innovative. The thing about garden succulents is that they add vibrancy into the garden, diversity and even color. We can now explore.
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The first thing that will be necessary to have is a small planting space, a pot that needs to have a drainage spot at its bottom. It is imperative to note that succulents are very specific when it comes to the type of soil that they thrive in implying the need to purchase this type of soil. You can choose to ether get the soil from a succulent grower or buy your own. At the end of the day, the succulents will increase in size and cuttings can be acquired. In future, you can save your time and your funds in the event that you have your own cuttings.
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1.Put the soil into pot, make sure you leave an inch for the pot to be exposed at the pot Always remember to make space of the succulent, this done by digging. Always make sure to leave a length of an inch for the succulent to be exposed. Remember to water the plant then place it in sunny spot. If you put too much fertilizer can worsen the situation that putting none. The best quantity of fertilizer (nitrogen) is 50% to 25%. Succulents growth can be better with or without an addition of fertilizer, provided all external factors are favorable but not cold weathers. You should remember to protect them from frost or snow, this may kill the plants. Enough sunlight is good for the succulent. Succulent plant prefer indirect sunlight, so always remember to be caution on the place you put it, make sure it is below the shade with a direct air flow. Depending on the number of succulent, you can use a larger pot for more than one succulent or a smaller one for one plant. Due to high retain ability of water in succulent, you are required to not over-water them. To water the succulent you should make sure the soil is dry first. Make the soil dry after you decide to water the next time so that you have a nice patio that would be productive for years.