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8 Plants That Look Like Aloe Vera But Aren’t (With Images)

Unlike other succulents, aloe has large, fleshy leaves folded together into a dense rosette, making it easy to find. With over 300 species of aloe available, many can be grown in the comfort of your own home. Some plants have a similar appearance to aloe, with a dense rosette of succulent, fleshy leaves that are …

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Succulent Roots Drying Out (7 Steps to Fix It)

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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11 Things To Do When You First Get A Succulent

It’s critical to know what to look for and what to do after purchasing a succulent plant so that you can care for it properly. In this article, I will explain how to appropriately adapt a succulent to your home. This way, it will grow beautiful, healthy, and quickly propagate. What to Do After Purchasing …

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5 Succulent Diseases With Pictures (And Organic Treatment)

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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Does Farina on Succulents Grow Back?

I’ve already explained to you what Farina is. However, if you’re still unsure what and why it’s crucial for succulents, I recommend reading those articles first. Farina does not regenerate. It is important to note that once removed, Farina does not restore. Since your succulent plant lacks its natural defenses, you risk leaving it vulnerable …

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Water Therapy for Dehydrated Succulents (5 Steps)

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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Sunburnt Aloe Vera Plant (4 Ways to Revive It)

On sunburned skin, Aloe Vera gel is the best thing you can use to soothe the pain. Sunburn can be a problem for this plant if it isn’t properly protected. The color and texture of your Aloe’s leaves can tell you if it’s getting too much light. Too much sun can cause leaf curling, wilting, …

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Color Change in Succulents (Explained!)

Seeing a succulent in color or tone that’s out of the ordinary catches our attention. The color of succulents is, without a doubt, one of the most appealing aspects. And, in many cases, a deciding factor for us to choose between different species. The colors of your succulents may have changed over time, or you …

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What Is Farina on Succulents (Functions Explained)

In this article, I’ll explain what farina is. The white dust that covers your succulents gives them an odd gray or blue cast, and it can even give you the impression that they look dirty. Don’t remove the white powder from your succulents if you want them to look clean and nice. A big mistake …

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