SUCCULENT IDENTIFICATION CHARTS Please note that these charts are for identification purposes only. Blackwood’s may not stock every type of succulent shown below. AEONIUM CACTI CRASSULAS ECHEVERIA HAWORTHIA KALANCHOE SEDUM SENECIO SEMPERVIVUM
Caring and growing for a succulent plant is simpler than taking care of any other type of plant. Succulents are not the typical house plant. In fact, they are the best plant if you are a hands off type of gardener. #Houseplants #Succulents #IndoorGardening #BackyardGardening #Gardening #UrbanOrganicYield
Succulent plants are a popular option for outdoor gardens, thanks to their special shapes, easy-to-care-for nature, and capability to grow in a vast array of environments. Whether you reside in a hot and dry location or a cooler and more humid environment, there are many types of outdoor succulent plants that can add appeal and interest to your garden. 20 Outdoor Succulent Plants That Will Beautify Your Garden.
We all love colorful succulents. Did you know the cause of those colors is usually succulent stress? More sun exposure, less water and a drop in temperature can lead to stressed succulents developing vivid coloring. Learn how succulents changing color is their response to stress, and how to help them.