skip to main content

Succulent

Succulents are incredibly easy-going, low-care houseplants–great for beginners! They are drought-tolerant since they store water in their leaves. Succulents will thrive if given bright light and occasional watering.

How to care for your Succulent

Use these instructions to care for a Succulent. This guide will tell you how to water a Succulent; its light, temperature, humidity preferences and any additional care it might need to help it grow.

String of Pickles

Chevron
LIGHT

Place your String of Pickles in a sunny spot. It will thrive in direct sunlight, but will not tolerate being permanently placed away from a window. At least 4-6 hours of sun is ideal. 

WATER

Your String of Pickles does not need to be watered as frequently as most indoor plants. Allow the soil to completely dry out between waterings. Succulents do not like to have ‘wet feet,’ so make sure there is no standing water in the saucer. 

TEMPERATURE

Your String of Pickles will do just fine in normal room temperatures, between 65-75 degrees.

HUMIDITY

Your String of Pickles does not require any extra humidity and can handle dry air.

FOOD

Most succulents need very little fertilizer. We suggest fertilizing in the spring and summer months with a succulent fertilizer.

TOXICITY

Your String of Pickles is considered moderately toxic, causing mouth irritation and stomach indigestion to humans and pets if ingested.

ADDITIONAL CARE

If the top of your plant starts to look bare, this most likely means that it is not getting enough light. To make it full again, move it to a sunnier location, lay a couple of strands on top of the soil and pin down using garden pins. These strands will root and make the plant appear full again.

See also: Common Issues →

Haworthia Zebra Plant

Chevron
LIGHT

Place your Haworthia Zebra Plant in a well-lit area of your home. It will love a sunny area and flourishes in direct sunlight—it will not thrive if permanently placed away from a window.

WATER

Your Haworthia does not need to be watered as frequently as most indoor plants. Water only when the soil is completely dry, or when you notice the leaves starting to shrivel. When you do water, water thoroughly so the roots have a chance to soak up the moisture. Make sure there is no standing water left in the saucer, as this can lead to root rot.

TEMPERATURE

Your Zebra Plant will do just fine in average room temperatures between 60-80 degrees.

HUMIDITY

This plant does not require any extra humidity and enjoys the dry air.

FOOD

We suggest fertilizing once in the spring and once in the summer with a succulent fertilizer.

TOXICITY

Your Haworthia Zebra Plant can be moderately toxic, causing mouth irritation and stomach indigestion to humans and pets if ingested.

ADDITIONAL CARE

Over time, your succulent will shed its lower leaves. Though this can be alarming, it is completely natural and does not mean your plant is dying. 

See also: Common Issues →

String of Bananas

Chevron
LIGHT

Place your String of Bananas in a sunny spot. It will thrive in direct sunlight, but will not tolerate being permanently placed away from a window. At least 4-6 hours of sun is ideal. 

WATER

Your String of Bananas does not need to be watered as frequently as most indoor plants. Allow the soil to completely dry out between waterings. Succulents do not like to have ‘wet feet,’ so make sure there is no standing water in the saucer. 

HUMIDITY

Your String of Bananas does not require any extra humidity and can handle dry air.

TEMPERATURE

Your String of Bananas will do just fine in normal room temperatures, between 65-75 degrees.

FOOD

Most succulents need very little fertilizer. We suggest fertilizing in the spring and summer months with a succulent fertilizer.

TOXICITY

Your String of Bananas is considered moderately toxic, causing mouth irritation and stomach indigestion to humans and pets if ingested.

ADDITIONAL CARE

If the top of your plant starts to look bare, this most likely means that it is not getting enough light. To make it full again, move it to a sunnier location, lay a couple of strands on top of the soil and pin down using garden pins. These strands will root and make the plant appear full again.

See also: Common Issues →

String of Pearls

Chevron
LIGHT

Place your String of Pearls in a sunny spot. It will thrive in direct sunlight, but will not tolerate being permanently placed away from a window. At least 4-6 hours of sun is ideal. 

WATER

Your String of Pearls does not need to be watered as frequently as most indoor plants. Allow the soil to completely dry out between waterings. Succulents do not like to have ‘wet feet,’ so make sure there is no standing water in the saucer. 

TEMPERATURE

Your String of Pearls will do just fine in normal room temperatures, between 65-75 degrees.

HUMIDITY

Your String of Pearls does not require any extra humidity and can handle dry air.

FOOD

Most succulents need very little fertilizer. We suggest fertilizing in the spring and summer months with a succulent fertilizer.

TOXICITY

Your String of Pearls is considered moderately toxic, causing mouth irritation and stomach indigestion to humans and pets if ingested.

ADDITIONAL CARE

If the top of your plant starts to look bare, this most likely means that it is not getting enough light. To make it full again, move it to a sunnier location, lay a couple of strands on top of the soil and pin down using garden pins. These strands will root and make the plant appear full again.

See also: Common Issues →

Looking for our plant care basics?

View plant care

String of Succulents Collection

Fun collection, with three unique succulents
Very easy, perfect for beginners, Bright indirect to full sun
View Product

Plant Friends and Family

Didn't find what you were looking for?

Contact support
Your Cart

Oh no! Your cart is empty

We recommend checking out: