A Small Pot Can Damage your Succulent Drastically
Due to its size, a small pot can hold less soil in it, which means your plant will not get enough nutrients to thrive. Moreover, a small container constricts the roots, which eventually disrupts the growth of a plant.
Simply so, what can I use as succulent pots?
But a popular trend right now is to use soup spoons or ladles as hanging planters for succulents. You would think that a ladle would be too small to house a plant, but small succulents seem to grow in them just fine.
Beside above, how long do mini succulents last?
Some succulents don’t live long but grow offsets to replace themselves. A great example is Chicks and Hens. The main plant only lives
|Jade Plant||70-100 years|
|Christmas Cactus||30+ years|
What is the best thing to plant succulents in?
Succulents do not like to sit in wet soil for very long, therefore they need a well draining soil. The best soil for succulents allows for fast air and water exchange in the root system of the plant. What I like to use is a combination of cactus potting mix and perlite. The perlite is for better drainage and aeration.
There are not too many steps in making teacup succulents. You just need some pretty teacups, plus some potting mix, pebbles and succulents. … You do not have to drill a hole in the teacup, just water sparingly and be ready to repot them when they outgrow the teacup.
They’re super easy to make —all you need is a coffee mug and a drill to make a small drainage hole in the bottom of the mug. … Coffee mugs aren’t as big as other planters, but they’re great for small succulents.