Now that summer is over and fall is in full swing, it’s time to spruce up your indoor garden game. If you’re hoping for a beautiful and easy indoor garden sanctuary this fall, why not try succulents? Succulent plants are great because they come in a variety of shapes, colors, and sizes—suitable to all kinds of interior spaces.
Succulents are easy to identify because of their juicy leaves and stems. These leaves aren’t just pretty—they’re designed to hold water during droughts. That’s good news for the forgetful gardener: succulents are resilient, hardy and versatile.
But with thousands of varieties to choose from, it’s hard to know which types of succulents are right for your indoor space. Low levels of natural light and cooler temperatures mean you’ll need to adjust how much water and fertilizer you give. Some plants adapt to hanging planters and terrariums better than others.
Chemistry Cachet always wants to bring you the best information for safe and healthy living, so it’s important to know some succulents can even be toxic to your indoor animals. When you get right down to it, there is a lot to know about succulent care! That’s why UncommonGoods, one of Brooklyn’s favorite online retailers of home and garden décor, has researched and compiled a list of 10 best succulents to brighten up your home this fall.
They have provided us with this great infographic to make sure you can grow this best indoor succulents for your home!
Thank you to UncommonGoods for this infographic!
Have you tried your hand at succulents? They can really give a beautiful vibe to your house in the fall and winter!