How to grow succulents?

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  • Diana Brewer Diana Brewer on Jun 22, 2017
    You need to buy cactus soil or make your own with 1/2 potting soil and 1/2 sand.If you buy the little plants plants in pots about as little as your thumb,transplant them into pots a bit bigger, with the soil in them with more soil.As they grow,keep moving them into bigger pots or group different types together in a pot big enough for them to grow into.Only give them about a table spoon of water per plant after transplanting and about once a month there after.
    If you live in a warm climate,you can plant bigger types outside.You may have to add sand to the soil if it is too tight,like clayish.The paddle types will root very easily by cutting a paddle off a mother plant and sticking the cut end just into the ground.They spread,so be sure to plant in an area where the won't be a problem or where you can dig out the spreads.Hope that helps.

  • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on Jun 22, 2017
    http://www.hometalk.com/diy/grow/succulents/how-to-care-for-succulent-plants-9026176

  • Diana Brewer Diana Brewer on Jun 23, 2017
    You're very welcome 😊