Potting - Succulents thrive best in acidic soil with a pH of 5.5. The soil mix should be well-draining soil. A mix of perlite, pine bark, garden soil, sand and a little bit of Sulphur will be best. Alternatively one can use coarse sand, soil, peat and crushed charcoal. For succulents, the soil should be well aerated. Also, the planters should have a hole. In the case of repotting, the new pot should be a few inches bigger than the previous one. Firstly put the plant with some soil into the new pot and then fill the space with succulent mix
Watering – New and young plants require frequent watering i.e the soil should be moist until it grows root and supports itself for its growth. Once it becomes mature, water it once in a week.
Light Requirement – It grows well and bloom where there is bright sunlight. So place your plant where it gets direct sunlight or partial sunlight.
Fertilization – as such, fertilizer is not necessary. However mature and rooted succulents can tolerate an application of balanced and slow-release fertilizers for its growth. But succulent soil should have 50-60% minerals.
Propagation – It automatically propagates through fallen leaves, can also be propagated through stem cuttings or even leaf cuttings
General Tips – Overwatering is the biggest enemy of succulent care.
Plant Size: 2 to 3 inches
Plant Spread: 2 to 3 inches
Max reachable height: 5 inches
Bloom Time: Spring and Summers
Air purifier: No