Considering this, how do you water a succulent Christmas tree?
Fill a container with lukewarm water. Add the moss and soak it until fully saturated. Drain the water and squeeze out excess water from moss. You want damp moss, not drippy.
Beside above, how do you make a Cactus Christmas tree?
How many succulents do you need to make a succulent Christmas tree?
Keep on reading. The most important part of making a great-looking succulent tree is preparing the materials. You will need: – Around 30-40 succulent clippings of all sizes.
The key to keeping the tree alive all season is to use a topiary frame, geotextile fabric, and soil. The gardening material will help hold the succulents in place, but wont’ prevent the plants from taking in water (we recommend spritzing the display once or twice a week to keep the succulents fresh).
The main plant only lives
Your succulent bonsai will need the same care the plant would need in normal situations: the same water, food, soil, and light. A nice slow growth food is a 5-5-5. Dilute by half and water in once per month during the growing season. Suspend feeding in the dormant period and lower watering to prevent rot.