How to Grow Succulents Indoors?

Succulents is a popular group of houseplants. Their distinctive feature is the presence of thick fleshy leaves in which plants can accumulate water. They acquired this ability when growing in hot desert regions where short periods of rain were interspersed between long dry spells. Therefore, for the cultivation of succulents at home, you need a very bright sun anda window preferably of southern, South-Eastern or South-Western orientation.

Plants from the group of succulents prefer those lovers of indoor flowers who do not like to strain when caring for their plants, as succulents are incredibly hardy, require very rare watering and can do without moisture for a long time.

A biological feature of succulents is a special type of photosynthesis, which is called self-type photosynthesis and serves as an adaptation to arid conditions of growth.

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