Drought resistant.


Succulents are an increasingly growing trend. There are many families of succulents such as Aizoacea, Cactaceae, and Crassulaceae. They are available in many different varieties of colour and textures. Nearly all cacti are succulents, but not all succulents are cacti.

Succulents are not safe for human or animal consumption.

Light  Place in a sunny area, succulents enjoy sunlight
Water Ensure succulent soil is wet, but allow soil to dry before next watering
Temperature Prefer full sun with tempuratures in the summer between 70˚F and 80˚F
Succulents are primarily found in Mexico, South America, Central America, East Africa, Arabia, Madagascar, India, South Africa and parts of Europe.

Succulents need plenty of sun to help them grow. Be sure to watch for any burnt leaves. This could be an indication that your succulent is placed to close to a window and is getting sunburnt. Succulents like to have their roots soaked in water, but do not like to be overwatered. Allow for drying between watering.

Succulents go through a dormant period in the winter, where they do not grow. Do not water you succulent as much during this period.

To keep your succulent thriving, be sure to remove any dead leaves as this will promote new growth.

Often times succulents will stretch to find light. If you are experiencing a top-heavy succulent, you can trim the top and replant new succulents using these trimmings.

Download Bayview Flower's 2020 Succulent Variety Chart and discover all of the unique Succulents available!

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