Pots for succulents: a complete guide
Video Guide to Pots for Succulents Here
We recommend using containers with drainage holes and drilling holes in the bottom of non-draining containers. It is possible to grow succulents in non-draining containers but they require more caution to avoid over-watering and rot. Adding rocks...
Can I use a pot or container without a drainage hole?
It is possible to grow succulents in pots without drainage holes, but they make watering more difficult. We do not recommend non-draining pots if you're new to succulents. If possible, drill a hole in the bottom of non-draining containers.
Succulents do not tolerate standing water, so if you cho...
Succulent terrariums: what you should know
It is certainly possible to grow succulents in glass terrariums, but there are challenges. Use only open terrariums with plenty of airflow, as the humidity in sealed terrariums is too high for succulents. Terrariums usually do not have drainage holes and glass does not breathe, so be extra carefu...
Succulent living walls & green roofs: what you should know
Succulents make great options for living walls and green roofs because they are drought tolerant, can grow in less than 4" of soil, and require very little maintenance. You can find all of our living wall and green roofs varieties here.
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