Water your moonstone plant when the soil in the container feels dry to a depth of 3 to 4 inches. Resist the temptation to overwater any succulent. A good way to tell if your moonstone plant needs watering is to examine the leaves. If they appear plump and feel firm, the plant doesn’t need to be watered.
Just so, how much sun does a moonstone plant need?
If grown outdoors as part of a succulent garden, your Moonstones should be planted is in an area that gets 6 hours of morning sunlight. If your area experiences intense summer heat, give your Moonstones light shade during summer afternoons to prevent its leaves to get sunburns.
Subsequently, how do you repot moonstone succulents?
- Cut a young leaf from the center of the rosette.
- Allow it some time for the cut part to callous – usually, a day is enough.
- Place the leaf into a slightly moist well-draining potting mix.
- Wait until a new rosette forms and repot the new rosette after enough roots have developed.
How big do Moonstone succulents get?
The moonstone plant is not considered as toxic to pets and humans. If ingested in large amounts, it may upset the stomach but there is no serious effect. The plant has quite a delicate form so better to keep them out of reach of toddlers and pets.
Over-watering is the most common cause of yellowing leaves on a succulent plant. Constantly wet soil can rot the plant’s roots, interfering with its ability to take up water and nutrients from the soil.
Lack of Sunlight
Succulents stretch out when they aren’t getting enough sunlight. You’ll first notice the succulent start to turn and bend toward the light source. Then as it continues to grow it will get taller with more space between the leaves.