Succulents

Succulentsrefers to a group of plants that are able to store water and reduce evaporation. A difference is made between leaf succulents for example Echeveria, stem succulents for example Cacti or root succulents for example Ceropegia, although combinations are also possible. They originate from different families and from different parts of the world. They come in a variety of attractive, sometimes bizarre, beautiful shapes and colours.

In the right location - with plenty of light - they are very easy to care for. Because they can store water, they require less watering than conventional houseplants. Succulents are usually slow-growing, which means that even arrangements keep their shape for a long time and individual plants need to be repotted less often.
Succulents also contribute to a balanced indoor climate and its humidity.

An overview of how to care for your succulents, can be found on this page.

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