Indoor Succulents: Tips and Tricks

The Home Depot has an assortment of succulents available; get started on your indoor garden by checking them out here: In this video, we’ll walk you through how to make your own indoor succulent garden. Indoor succulents make for great household plants. Succulents offer a variety of color tones and textures; enough to make any room pop! Get the best soil for your succulents:

Succulent house plants have seen an uptick in popularity as people have realized how versatile they are. What separates succulents from other plants is their relative low level of maintenance. Succulents make for great indoor plants because they’re adapted to survive dry conditions, which makes them the perfect complement to your home décor! For more info on succulents, check out our detailed guide:

Growing succulents indoors can not only liven up your home, but also makes for an enjoyable pastime. One of the best things about gardening is how much fun it can be to grow a green thumb. Growing an indoor succulent can be a daunting task for new comers, but The Home Depot has got you covered with our detailed guide on for both beginners and gardening vets:

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17 Replies to “Indoor Succulents: Tips and Tricks”

  1. 0:50
    Having grown up with my grandma, who loved gardening, these plants kind of bore me. She has a really big bush growing in her garden and I’ve kind of move. out of the whole “what petty leaves(?)!” Phase.

  2. Really a good a idea to wear gloves. I got many little splinters from the soil. It also isn't the best idea to disrupt the roots. As well as watering right after planting. Best to leave it for a few days so the roots spread out and not sitting in wet soil. I have done that before and the succulent died within the month. Rocks are a good idea at the bottom to ensure really good drainage. Succulents and cactus are extremely sensitive to over watering. Always making sure the plants have room to grow so something a little bigger than the plants is best. Just from experience. They are more sensitive than people believe. Direct sunlight is also not the best so leaving them too close to a window for too long can end up in black incurable burns or curable tan spots. The video doesn't really provide any of these tips. As a your company is provider I would have hoped for more educational information.

  3. Can you tell me what is the name of the bright light green pearl or bead like clumps of Succulent right at the front of the pot?? I always like to buy that one but do not know the name ! Kindly advise

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