Succulents | Plant Care
Light: Place your Succulent in a direct or bright indirect light. It will not thrive if it does not receive enough sunlight.
Water: Your Succulent does not need to be watered as frequently as most indoor plants. Water only when the soil is completely dry, or when you notice the leaves starting to shrivel.
Water thoroughly so the roots have a chance to soak up the moisture. Make sure there is no standing water left in the saucer, as this can lead to root rot.
Succulents are very forgiving houseplants — all they need to thrive is a sunny windowsill or spot in your home. They can go long periods between watering, as they store water in their leaves. They are the perfect plant for busy plant owners and will make a great gift for first-time plant owners
Note* some succulents may be toxic to pets.
Non-toxic succulents include Echeveria, Haworthia, Pachyveria, Lithops, Aeonium, Sempervivum, Sedum, Christmas Cactus
Toxic succulents include Crassula, Aloe Vera, Sansevieria ‘Snake Plant’, Jade Plant, Kalanchoe, Senecio ‘Chalk stick & Sting Family’