last weekend i went over to my parent’s house in venice beach for easter sunday and took some pictures of my momma’s succulents. i’ve posted about succulents on here before and they are favorite plant for two reasons – they come in the best soft green colors AND they’re extremely easy to take care of.
clearly my mother has a thing for seafoam green and she’s quite good at taking care of her plants… the one on the left used to be six feet long until it got too heavy and parts broke off.
1. succulents are water-retaining plants, meaning they do especially well in arid, dry climates.
2. as far as plants go, succulents are very low maintenance and they do not require a lot of attention.
3. they do well in direct sunlight so be sure that they have this, or have a good amount of bright sunlight.
4. you must also make sure to not water them too much, spray them once or twice a week with a light spritzer of water and they should be fine.
also, for another way of arranging or displaying succulents – check out the succulent terrarium in the post about the traditional home magazine launch