Last Updated on March 26, 2022 by Sam
If you have a desert-dwelling succulent, the main thing to keep in mind is that these plants need water more often than other types of plant. Your typical cactus can go for weeks without watering, but your traditional houseplant won’t last this long.
A succulent that is “underwatered” has a dark, dry soil. It will be brown and brittle. A succulent that is “overwatered” has a moist soil with lots of green growth. The plant will not be able to take up water and the roots may rot. If you are unsure if your succulent needs water, follow these steps: Read more in detail here: underwatered vs overwatered succulent.
Should I water my succulent at night?
A: This is a difficult question to answer, as it depends on the type of succulent. Some succulents can survive without water for weeks or months, while others need to be watered every day. If you have a succulent that needs to be watered daily, then you should water it at night when the soil is moist and not during the day when the suns heat will dry out your plant.
Succulents require water to live and thrive. When it’s summer, they need more water than when it is winter. If you’re not sure if your succulent needs water, check the soil in the pot. If it’s dry, your succulent needs more water. Reference: watering succulents in summer.
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