7 Succulent Plants That You Can Easily Grow Indoors
Succulent plants are an easy and very trendy way to bring a little life and beauty to any home or office space.
The reason succulents are so popular is that they are so darn easy to take care of. And they do well indoors with minimal attention.
That’s pretty important with today’s active lifestyles.
We came across a cool infographic that features seven easy-to-grow indoor succulent plants, including aloe, jade, Christmas cactus, and a crown of thorns plant.
Each of these plants is a great choice for any indoor gardener to start out with – no green thumb required.
This infographic gives some simple care tips that will keep these succulents happy and healthy year-round. Check it out to learn more.
Did you enjoy the infographic? I hope so!
And while we’re on the topic, succulent plants can be found almost everywhere these days. Local florists, grocers, garden centers, and nurseries all carry them.
But since succulents are easy to ship, it’s just as easy to get them online as well. You can find awesome selections of succulents as well as some hard-to-find varieties at sites like Leaf & Clay, Succulents Box, Lula’s Garden, Planet Desert, and The Succulent Source.
If you live near one of the big-box stores I mentioned, you could also stop in and check out their selection. I’ve seen them year-round in their garden center or plant areas.
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