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Look at these amazing CLEAR succulent plants. They totally look like tiny opals!
Succulents are the ONLY plants in my house I’ve been able to keep alive — I only have to water them once a week. Ha!
I need these gorgeous succulents in my life! They are in the family Haworthia, which is a small little succulent with big, plump leaves — or rosettes.
This CLEAR version is rare, but you can get the seeds right from littleleafgarden on Etsy. You can get a 10 pack for 10 bucks, or a 50 pack for 19 bucks.
Growing them sounds pretty easy — though I may need someone to hold my hand through the process.
What is the OPPOSITE of a green thumb? That’s what I have. I’m like the Grim Reaper of plants. Poor things!
So, to care for these Haworthia plants, place them in a brightly lit area, but you want to take care not to place them in DIRECT sunlight during the hottest part of the day.
A windowsill would be perfecto!
You want to water it once a week (My favorite kind of plant!) in the hot summer weather.
Once it turns straight up winter, you will only need to water your Haworthia succulent once a month, or so. You want to water it when the topsoil has dried out.
Don’t be like me, and forget about your succulent. Set a reminder to water the thing!!
You want to plant this succulent in cactus mix soil, because it needs a more coarse soil. It has to be able to drain pretty fast.
Don’t drown the poor thing. Again, don’t be like me. I either over water, or forget about it, and don’t water it at all! Ha!