Are Succulents good for outdoors?
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In respect to this, what succulents grow well outdoors?
Crassula arborescens undulatifolia and Aeonium zwartkop are two others I've found to need more water.
- Portulacaria afra.
- Aloe brevifolia.
- Echeveria 'Lola' planted in Bonsai Jack Succulent Soil.
Furthermore, how do you take care of succulents outside? Firm soil mix carefully as you plant, firming it as you go, and cover the area with coarse sand or gravel. Allow them to settle in for a day or two before watering, and fertilize lightly in the spring with a low-nitrogen garden fertilizer.
Also Know, can I put my succulents outside?
If you opt for tender succulents (those that will not tolerate long periods of frost), you can plant them any time indoors and move them outdoors once the low temperatures are consistently above 40 degrees.
Can succulents live outside in summer?
Taking indoor succulents outside for the summer. You may have noticed that succulents growing outdoors often seem to be healthier and prettier than those grown indoors. The two biggest reasons for this are more sunlight (which prevents stretching) and better airflow (allowing the roots to dry out more quickly).