Caring for your indoor plant.
Here are afew tips on keeping your indoor succulents or cactus happy.
Succulents and Cacti make great indoor plants because they're adapted to survive dry conditions. Most succulents/cacti, in an indoor setting, will crave the brightest light possible. Place your planter in a well-lit setting, in bright, indirect sunlight.
The fastest way to kill a succulent or cactus is with too much TLC- and too much water.
Unlike typical houseplants, succulents and cacti stash water in their leaves and roots, which act like a reservoir to slake the plant's thirst. To avoid overwatering, water only enough to keep the leaves from withering.
For most potted succulent plants, this means watering once every two weeks during Summer, Autumn and Spring. During the inactive growing season, or Winter, water when the plant has almost dried out, or when the soil is mostly dry to the touch but not completely bone-dry. As a general rule, you'll need to water your plant about once a month in Winter.