General characteristics of succulent plants Succulent or succulent plants are plants that manage to survive in environments characterized by extreme climatic conditions such as subtropical deserts, arid rocky areas of many plateaus and tropical forests thanks to the presence of plant organs rich in able tissue to retain water.
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Question: how to treat young nepenthes plants? Thanks to the care you indicated on the site, my nepenthes (sphagnum peat, bark and perlite with demineralized water) is beautiful. I discovered that another plant has just come up about 1cm from the trunk. Do I detach it and let it grow independently in another vase?
The nepenthe The plants of the genus nepenthes are all carnivorous plants, originating from the tropical belt, which from Asia extends towards the Philippines, up almost to Australia, and some species also present in Madagascar; some species develop in areas near the sea, or characterized by constantly mild temperatures, throughout the year; other species are characteristic instead of mountain areas, and can enjoy some cool hours every day, with days characterized by periods with strong temperature changes; few species then originate from areas actually located at high altitudes, and therefore can withstand brief frosts.
Question: how do you recognize succulents? I send you the photos of the plants I would like to know how they are kept for a single plant and how they are watered I thank you so much Cactus. Cultivation, care and recognition of succulents, cacti and other succulents - Giorgio Fassiano - Edizioni Quaderno del Lunario Price
Question: zamia with yellow leaves I poured my zamia because the pot had become completely crooked, compromising the stability of the plant, I used earth for succulents but after a few days the leaves started to turn yellow starting with the younger ones. I watered when I left.
Question: tillandsia salve, my tillandsia aerarium has been all winter in my house and now with the first sun (at least during the day) I leave it outside where the sun beats ... but now it's turning yellow !!!! what can I do??? I do the watering once every 15 days, soaking the plant for about 10 minutes.
Question: aloe vera good afternoon. My Aloe vera, after the snow arrived in Liguria, had the frozen leaves that I cut by removing the part of ruined leaves. Now it has part of roots that rise towards the outside of the vase ... I can transplant it into a larger vase, in this season? thank you so much for your advice, Anna Sempervivum - Set of 12 different plants Price
Question: limp agave hi, I live in piedmont last spring I transplanted an agave in the garden, it was very good. This winter I covered it well with a TNT cloth, I state that it snowed and the temperatures fell to -18 ° .If the cloth is removed, the plant was completely collapsed, and with black spots on the leaves that are in the center (on the leaves that should open).
Question: cactus with spots I keep my cactus on my window sill. there is no direct sun all day but until now it has survived well even in winter a couple of days ago I noticed that it had brown spots, other white ones (like mold) and since it was 3 weeks that I didn't water it I gave him water.
Question: How can I protect myself from the frost that hit my succulent plants? Hi my name is Vincenzo I would have some problems to expose you, unfortunately during the last snowfall in Rome some succulent plants have been ruined (they are rotted in some points) I would like to know if I can cut the gear part, and eventually sterilize the shears (in what way) , unfortunately I have 60 different plants between them and I honestly don't know the precise name (I am an amateur in this regard even though I take care of them with a lot of dedication.
Question: which succulents? Hi, I would like to plant in the planters, some succulent plants that last me all year long ... which plants do you recommend? Keep in mind that in the morning I have direct sun, but around noon I am already in the shade until the next day! Thank you very much for helping!! Assorted real fat plants set N.
Question: identification? Excuse me, can you tell me what kind of plant it is? I had it for 3 years, it was just a 7cm tall sprig, I would also need advice on how to grow it. Thank you very much for your future answer Exotenherz.de - Set 5 carnivorous plants Price
Question: Can I use manure to fertilize succulent plants? First of all thanks for the advice given are very useful. My question. I can use horse manure for my succulent plants, and for other plants. Since I have almost three hundred of succulent plants. Thanks NUTRI 1 ONE One Concentrated fertilizer for Plants and Flowers, 1 lt Price
Carnivorous Plants: Drosera The genus Drosera has about one hundred and fifty species of carnivorous plants, spread practically all over the globe; most species, however, are native to Australia and southern Africa; as with all carnivores, these are plants that in nature live in marshy areas or peat bogs, characterized by high soil and air humidity, and by a low amount of mineral salts dissolved in the soil.
Question: BRASS GOOD EVENING, I HAVE A GRUSONE THAT GROWS IN HEIGHT AND NOT IN WIDTH, THE BOWL IS THREE BIGGER THAN CENTIMETERS OF HIM. IT IS RESTED ON A SHELF, I HAVE TRIED TO PUT IT HIGH INTO WHERE THE LIGHT COMES FROM THE BASS, BUT NOTHING HAPPENS. THANKS healthy sound "> grusone sano" width = "375" height = "323" longdesc = "/ fat-plants / questions-and-answers-plants-fat / grusone.
Question: spots I have succulent plants (the mother and many of her children) but I am worried about the factor that for a while the larger plants have formed spots that I can't ... they look like almost yellow crusts. and what happened to me was that they were still beautiful on the outside while they were rotten inside.