Ideal for novices, succulents are no-fuss houseplants that are incredibly easy to care for. As they store water in their leaves, they are extremely drought-tolerant and can go for weeks without water. Succulents will flourish in bright light and with infrequent watering sessions, and do not require anything else in terms of maintenance.
Aloe are one of the most iconic succulents, and are easy to care for. The main issue people have with succulents is over-watering. If your aloe’s stalks are becoming brown or squishy, reduce the frequency with which you are watering it.
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Please Note: The pot shown in the pictures may be for inspiration purposes only and does not mean the plant will come with the pot pictured. All plants are shipped in a plastic grower pot unless otherwise stated/chosen.
We always try to package our plants with care and ship them without damaging the leaves or stems; Although, sometimes during the shipping process, the plant may get browning or wilting on a leaf. It is recommended you take your plant out within an hour of arrival and provide an appropriate amount of water and light. It is normal for it to be dry and leaves to be limp, it can take up to 1-2 weeks for your new plant to acclimate to its new environment.