My best guess right now is too much sun exposure because of the yellow color, and/or underwatering because it is becoming see-through and less firm (not quite squishy, just thin and not plump). The windowsill in my room faces a different direction than last year, so that could change the amount of sun.
Keeping this in consideration, are Crystal succulents real?
Plant lovers rejoice, because these are going to be your new fave plant baby… Clear succulents are taking over the internet for looking like crystals! The official name is Haworthia Cooperi and the beautiful plant are found in Eastern Cape Province, South Africa, as well as some southern parts of the United States!
Correspondingly, why does my succulent look see through?
If your plant’s leaves are starting to look yellow and transparent, and feel soggy or mushy to the touch, it’s likely suffered from overwatering. An early sign of over-watering is that leaves will start to fall off with just a slight bump.
What does a dying cactus look like?
A cactus is dead when it appears shriveled up and husk-like. Dead cacti also fall over or become loose and shaky in their soil. They may begin to smell bad and become mushy, which are both signs that they are rotten. Dead cacti lose their spikes and are often brown.
How do you revive a mushy cactus?
You can try to repot the plant, removing diseased soil and replacing it with sterile soil. You should wash the roots off well before replanting in a fresh potting medium. A soft, mushy cactus can also be saved by taking cuttings and letting them root for a fresh new plant.
What are dolphin succulents?
Dolphin Plant, or String of Dolphins (Senecio peregrinus), is a rare variety of trailing succulent that looks like a pod of leaping dolphins. This uncommon hybrid is a cross of String of Pearls (S. rowleyanus) and Candle Plant (Senecio articulatus).
Why are my leaves transparent?
Leaves will turn transparent or translucent when it has lost a significant amount of chlorophyll which gives plants their green appearance. The causes that are attributed to this loss of pigmentation are damaged roots, poor drainage, high alkalinity, nutrient deficiency, and compacted roots.
How do you care for a crystal succulent?
The container should be shallow, as the root system on window leaved plants is not deep. Place the potted succulent in a bright area with some protection from the hottest rays of the day. Water weekly during the summer or once the top of the soil has dried out. In winter, suspend watering except once per month.