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Essential spring care tips for your succulents

Succulents are popular plants among gardeners and plant lovers because of their ability to store water in their leaves and stems, which allows them to survive in arid, dry climates.

Spring is an especially important time to properly care for succulents, as this is a time when these plants begin to actively grow and need some special care to thrive optimally.

Here are some helpful tips for caring for your succulents in the spring.

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Be sure to water them properly

During the spring, succulents begin to actively grow and develop. This means they need sufficient water to maintain healthy growth. However, it is important not to overwater, as succulents are susceptible to root rot if overwatered. As a general rule, water your succulents only when the soil is completely dry.

Provide adequate lighting

Succulents need plenty of light to thrive, especially during the spring when they are in full growth. Be sure to place your succulents in a location where they receive enough direct sunlight to maintain healthy growth.

Keep a check on pests

During the spring, succulents can be susceptible to certain pests such as mealybugs and spider mites. Inspect your plants regularly for signs of pests and, if necessary, use an organic insecticide to control the problem.

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Make sure they are well fertilized

While succulents don't require a lot of fertilization, a light application of a diluted balanced fertilizer can stimulate healthy growth during the spring. Apply fertilizer sparingly, preferably every 4-6 weeks.

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Repot them if they need it

Spring is a good time to check the condition of the roots of your succulents. If you notice that the plant has grown too large, or that the pot, or the ball of your kokedama, has become too small, consider repotting it into a slightly larger one, making sure it has enough room to develop.

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By following these basic care tips, your succulents will be ready to thrive through spring and beyond. Remember that succulents are hardy plants capable of surviving in adverse conditions, but they do need some light care to maintain their long-term health and beauty.

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