My Indoor Succulent Garden
Tips & Tricks to planting and keeping them alive.
I love having plants in the house, but we travel a lot and I hate asking people to water plants, ergoI LOVE SUCCULENTS! We have this great antique store in town called Dixieland Relics. They have a great selection of Reclaimed wood which I used in my bedroom update.
I found this old barn box and had been wanting to do a larger succulent garden for a while so when i found the box I was really excited.
I Purchased succulents from Lowes. Cactus, Palm, & Citrus Soil which is the best for succulents.
I lined the box with wax paper to protect the box some and arranged the plants the way I wanted them.
Tips to keeping your succulents alive indoors.
- 6 Hours or more of sunlight. Succulents need plenty of sunlight and often times when they’re indoors they’re not getting enough.
- Water, dobest to completely soak the soil and then let it dry out completely before watering them again.n’t use a spray bottle. This is a common mistake that people make when trying to keep their succulents alive. They don’t water enough or they over water. Its
- Keep them at the right temperature. Succulents actually like to be cooler in the winter. I live in florida so we rarely have a frost. During the winter they like to be at 50-60 degrees so put them outside during the winter months. During the summer if they’re indoors keep them between 70-80 degrees.