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Rainbow Succulents Bring A Magical Burst Of Colour To Your Garden

 

Plants make everything pretty. We have lots of them in our homes and gardens. What’s your favorite plant?

There are some really cool indoor plants that actually purify the air. They come in different sizes, colors, shapes, and scents.

This time we suggest that you bring the colors of the rainbow in your home. Yes, you only need one type of plant to get the desired effect. Have you ever seen rainbow succulents?

Succulents are great for those who don’t have too much free time. They are low-maintenance and look really great.

Rainbow succulents are versatile and you don’t need to water them that often. Similar to other succulents, they are drought resistant and easily adapt to dry weather.

Succulents have a lot of water in their leaves, stems, and roots. Their leaves are meaty and fresh.

Grab a few of these succulents and make your home pretty. Experts explain that the rainbow succulents change their color depending on the season.

It’s green and then becomes pink. The leaves have multiple colors and they are magnificent.

Rainbow succulents overlap in solitary and their rosettes grow up to 6 inches wide. How amazing is that?

They all have unique patterns, and experts at the World of Succulents explains that this variation of Echeveria is actually a variegated form of Echeveria “Perle Von Nurnberg.”

Go online and buy your succulents from a local plant shop or garden center. Rainbow succulents don’t grow fast. They like light and grow better in well-drained soil.

They are perfectly fine with desert conditions. Don’t forget that overwatering leads to fungal diseases and rotting. Get rid of any dead leaves and repot the succulents when the weather is warm.

Sources:

thewildchild.co.za

worldofsucculents.com

mywestrand.co.za

www.bolde.com