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Question 1: Are colorful succulents real?
That's because stressors that might harm or even kill other plants—an extra touch of sun, heat, or cold; even a drought resulting from the gardener's vacation—make many succulents come alive with color. Normally green and blue-green leaves heat up into a vivid spectrum of reds, orange, pinks, purples, and yellows.
Question 2: Why are some cacti blue?
The thought is that it is some sort of adaptation the plant has developed. Cactus plants are among the most adaptive plants known and have evolved all sorts of interesting coping mechanisms to survive in harsh environments. Blue tones may have evolved to protect the plant from the sun or help deter certain pests.
Question 3: Do succulents need sun?
Succulents love light and need about six hours of sun per day, depending on the type of succulent. Newly planted succulents can scorch in direct sunlight, so you may need to gradually introduce them to full sun exposure or provide shade with a sheer curtain.
Question 4: Can succulents survive winter?
The answer is yes. Succulents are often known as drought-tolerant plants but some of them can also tolerate frost. They thrive in cold, snowy weather and the extreme temperature even brings out their gorgeous and vibrant colors.
Question 5: Can I plant succulents in the ground?
If you want your succulents to grow outside, you can plant them directly in the ground, in planters, or in a combination of both. When planting your succulents in the ground, ensure that you provide them with six to eight inches of a succulent specific soil.