The rain itself will remove dust and soil on the succulent leaves – which increases a succulent’s ability to photosynthesize the sun. It’s like glaucoma for succulents in a way – or just a bad analogy. 🙂 The rain will naturally dilute and wash away tap water residual stuff stuck in the soil – mostly salts.
Beside above, does Weather Affect succulents?
THE IMPACT OF TEMPERATURES ON SUCCULENTS
Succulents tend to prefer a temperate climate with the temperatures ranging from 60 to 80°F. … Be aware that temperatures either too low or too high can do harm to your succulents. Temperatures lower than 40°F or higher than 90°F are never recommended.
Moreover, should I bring my cactus inside when it rains?
The best thing is to let them dry in the sun. One rainstorm won’t ruin them. It rains in the desert. As long as they are in fast draining soil, they should be fine.
Is rain water bad for succulents?
Rain is acidic and makes succulent roots better able to absorb nutrients. Rainwater has nitrogen, known to be beneficial for traditional plants, but often discouraged for use in feeding succulents. It does not appear to be a problem when found in rainwater, however.
In general, succulents and cacti do best in temperatures ranging from 40-80°F. While minor sways in temperature outside of this range are tolerable, sways of 5° or more can cause irreversible damage.
Bring the succulents inside
During the winter time, water them sparingly, just enough to keep them from dehydration. Also make sure the temperature is always between 50 – 60 Fahrenheit degrees. Another thing to consider for indoor adaptation is providing enough light for succulents in winter.