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Echeveria Ruyonii

This species of succulent is one of my favourites, because the peculiar shape of its leaves, elongated with a curved tip, makes it look like a flower, and from my experience, it has been one of the least complicated plants to care for.

Its irrigation is scarce, every 15 days, the amount of water according to the size and avoid excess water because it can rot.

I have learned that it needs a lot of lighting, I recommend not putting it in direct sunlight during strong hours because its petals are very delicate, they can get burned.
And they can also be kept in the shade, without forgetting to locate this plant in a place where sunlight filters, near a window, approximately 3 hours a day minimum.

It has little root so the size of the pot can be 10cm high and up.

Echeveria
Echeveria
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Crassula Ovatta

Crassula ovata is one of the succulents with fleshy leaves, well known for its resemblance to a tree, it is ideal for people who love plants but have little time to care for them, as it is resistant to drought.

The watering of this can be every 15 days when is summer. In winter it can be every 20 days. The amount of water varies depending on the size of the better known as “jade tree”.

This plant can be placed outdoors, in direct sun or in semi-shade.

When planted in my pots, they generally place it indoors and it can also be kept indoors, but from my experience, I always recommend that it be placed in a place that gets a lot of natural light.
It can be 3 hours a day or if it can be left permanently in a well-lit place it is better.

crasula ovatta
crasula ovatta
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Alworthia Black Gem

Alworthia black gem Also known as Aloe Black Gem, it has beautiful dark green leaves, they can be kept in semi-shade and when exposed mostly to direct sun, the leaves turn dark purple or dark red. (EYE I highly recommend only the sun rays between 7-10: 30am).

This does not grow as much as other aloes, it maintains its maximum height of approximately 15cm high, so they are ideal for growing in pots.

Based on my experience, we can keep it indoors but do not forget that to be healthy it needs a few hours exposed to the sun or also place it in a very bright place. Clarifying again that the colours of its leaves depend a lot on the intensity of light it receives.

Alworthia Black Gem
Alworthia Black Gem
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Stapelia Gigantea

This succulent, with velvet-like texture, is a species that gives flower, and very large that have a star shape.

In order for it to bloom, it is necessary to put it in direct sun or semi-shade, it should be noted that if it is placed in a place with little its growth will be slower and there will be no flower.

Its watering is every 10-15 days, try to keep the soil moist, not wet. I always recommend that if it is kept indoors, it needs to be placed in a place with lots of light, near a window that gets a lot of sunlight.

In order for it to bloom, it is necessary to put it in direct sun or semi-shade, it should be noted that if it is placed in a place with little its growth will be slower and there will be no flower.

Stapelia
Stapelia
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Caralluma hesperidium

This genus belongs to the Apocynaceae family, this beautiful species has thick stems, with spineless tips, a very beautiful colour between red purple green lines, they do not have leaves but they do give a beautiful star-shaped flower, with velvet texture ocher or reddish colour.

It can be kept in direct sunlight and in sunlight, if it is kept indoors it is ideal to put it for a few hours near a window where a lot of sunlight enters.

Its irrigation can be every 20 days if it is kept indoors and every 10 days if it is put in direct sun, the amount of water depends on the size and the pot in which it is planted. The pot needs very good drainage. Too much water can cause fungus.

You can propagate that spice by seed or utilizing suckers on the substrate.

Caralluma hesperidium
Caralluma hesperidium
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Sedum Nussbaumerianum

This succulent is like a shrub, very numerous with green petals when kept in semi-shade and when exposed to the sun, the edges of the petals turn reddish.

It is a low-maintenance plant and requires good drainage.

Apply water according to its size every 15 days and in winter every 20 days If the idea is to keep it indoors, try to put it near a window or a well-lit place.

You can also take it out where the sun is for 3 hours a day and then put it in.

Sedum nussbaumerianum
Sedum nussbaumerianum
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Sansevieria Trifasciata

This succulent has flat, long, pointed green leaves and light green, dark green and white lines.

It can produce small flowers on a stem.

It is one of my favourites, because of its elegant, cute design, and I have experienced until now that it is the easiest to care for, as it needs moderate sunlight. Ideal for interiors. To keep it healthy, put it in a bright place for one hour a day.

Its irrigation is scarce because personally I have little free time and this plant is my best friend because it needs water every 25 days. The amount of water depends on the size of the plant.

The pot should have very good drainage and prevent water from accumulating.

Sansevieria Trifasciata
Sansevieria Trifasciata