How do you care for a silver dollar succulent?

Water regularly and deeply over summer when the plant is growing, allowing the soil to dry out somewhat between waterings. Keep fairly dry over winter. It is not recommended that you keep this plant inside as it needs sun and is vulnerable to rotting off. This plant tolerates a wide range of temperatures.

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Just so, how often should I water my coin strings?

String of Coins grow best when lightly watered twice a week. This succulent is available in two different size options for purchase.

Subsequently, is Silver Dollar a succulent? Silver Dollar Plant is a succulent plant native to South Africa in the jade family. It is often grown as a houseplant and has attractive rounded blue-gray leaves with maroon edges and small maroon speckles on the upper surface. It is an attractive small shrub with multiple thick stems that can grow to 4 feet tall.

Correspondingly, how often should you water silver dollar plant?

Keep the soil your lunaria is housed in consistently moist throughout the growing season—about one inch of water (through rainfall or manual watering) a week should do.

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