The popularity of fleshy succulents is still going strong! At one point I thought the interest in them would fade a bit, but oh no. This is a series about growing succulents indoors, broken down into individual topics so you can easily digest each one.
I grew lots of succulents outdoors in my Santa Barbara garden for many years. I now live in Tucson which is such a different climate and so much more of a challenge to grow them outdoors. I have great light in my new home and I’ve decided to add more “fleshies” into my indoor garden. Besides, taking care of all my tropical and subtropical Houseplants is a lot of work in this hot, dry climate!
It’s been a long time since I’ve done a series, Aloe Vera and Bromeliads being the last. Rather than doing one long care video and post, I decided to break it into shorter ones. My aim is to have all the videos be 5-6 minutes long but we’ll see how that goes.
I’ve been growing succulents since the late 90’s when I went to a talk at the San Francisco Botanical Garden and bought my very first one. They’re easy to grow if the conditions and maintenance are right. Plus, most can handle the dry air our homes tend to have like champs.
This series will run for 3 months or so and I hope to cover all the topics about growing succulents indoors that you may have questions about.
The highlights of this series:
- Here’s what’s coming up, posts & videos. You’ll find links to all these posts under my signature at the end:
- Choosing Succulents for Growing Indoors plus Choosing Pots
- 6 Important Things About Growing Succulents Indoors
- Watering Succulents Indoors
- Buying Succulents Online
- Problems With Succulents Indoors: Issues You May Have & What To Do
- Succulent Propagation: By Stem & Leaf Cuttings & Division
- Soil for Succulents
- Repotting Succulents
- Planting Succulents in Small Pots & Shallow Containers
- How To Make An Indoor Succulent Garden
- Succulents in Pots With No Drainage: How to Plant & Maintain
- Pruning Succulents: Fixing Leggy Succulents
- Pruning Trailing Succulents
Blog posts only:
- Succulent Care for Beginners: Answers to Your FAQs
- Small Pots for Succulents
- Indoor Planters for Succulents
We hope you find this series to be helpful. Succulents are fun plants to grow in your home and once you have one, you’ll definitely want more!
1. Sempervivum heuffelii // 2. Sedum morganianum // 3. Sempervivum saturn // 4. Haworthia cooperi var. truncata // 5. Corpuscularia lehmannii // 6. Sempervivum tectorum // 7. Haworthia attenuata // 8. Echeveria Fleur Blanc // 9. Echeveria albicans
Want to learn more about how to care for succulents indoors? Check out these guides!
- How to Choose Succulents and Pots
- Small Pots for Succulents
- How to Water Indoor Succulents
- 6 Most Important Succulent Care Tips
- Hanging Planters for Succulents
- 13 Common Succulent Problems and How to Avoid Them
- How to Propagate Succulents
- Succulent Soil Mix
- 21 Indoor Succulent Planters
- How to Repot Succulents
- How To Prune Succulents
- How To Plant Succulents In Small Pots
- Planting Succulents In A Shallow Succulent Planter
- How to Plant and Water Succulents in Pots Without Drain Holes
- Indoor Succulent Care for Beginners
- How To Make & Take Care Of An Indoor Succulent Garden
Are you into cactus? Check out our Guides To Growing Cactus Indoors.
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