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The plump and dangling beads of the popular succulent plant String of Pearls, are absolutely adorable. I bet many people fell in love at first sight and decided to buy one. However, many find that their beloved String of Pearls seems to be withering, despite their best efforts to care for it. So, in this …

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Dried-out roots are a hidden problem that affects succulents. It’s always a shock when your rosy Esherveria or dainty Haworthia die or snap out of their pot! So, why on earth would a succulent that is otherwise plump and juicy allow its roots to dry out when it clearly has enough water in the rest …

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A fungal disease that affects your succulents can be deadly. Sadly, not enough people are aware of this fact. Succulents have only recently been used for indoor gardening, which explains why this is the case. As a result, diseases and their causes have not been studied as thoroughly as in other plants. In all cases, …

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Succulent water therapy is a practice that is both well-known and controversial at the same time. Here, you’ll learn about water therapy for succulents and how to use it. What it is and how it’s used. In these cases, water therapy for succulents can be used and, of course, how to do it successfully. What …

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Succulents enjoy sunlight, but too much of it can be harmful.  Excessive lighting causes burns on succulents, which can leave permanent scars or seriously harm their health. Here’s how to prevent burns on your succulents and cacti, as well as how to identify and treat burnt succulents. To better understand burns on succulents, I propose …

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