Succulents are wonderful plants for a variety of reasons, but they can be difficult to care for during winter. Here’s what you need to know about keeping succulents alive and happy this winter.
Succulents can live outside in summer, but they need to be brought indoors during the winter. They should be placed in a sunny spot and watered every few days. Read more in detail here: can succulents live outside in summer.
Should I cover my succulents in winter?
A: If you live in a climate where succulents can survive the winter, then they should be fine. However, if your succulents are from a warmer climate and will not survive the cold weather, it is best to cover them with something that will protect them from frostbite.
How do you store succulents for the winter?
A: Succulents are very hardy plants and can be stored in a variety of ways. You can store them in a cool, dark place for the winter. If you have a greenhouse or conservatory, you can put your succulents there to overwinter.
Succulents are not just for the summer, they can be used year-round. They look beautiful in the winter time and you can even put them outside during cold weather. Reference: hardy outdoor succulents.
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