May Subscription

Welcome and I'm sure you are wondering wtf happened to the monthly blogs?!? two words: Brain Fog. I can make a plethora of excuses but it comes down to one person spinning too many plates and having those spinning plates crashing. I hope the super duper plants I sent makes up for the lack of my posts but new month new start!!!





Let's dive into  into the care guide for this month's succulent subscription Senecio Stapeliiformis, Adromischus Maculatus, and Mammillaria Perezdelarosae. Discover expert tips to nurture these beauties and keep them thriving year-round!

Senecio Stapeliiformis (Pickle Plant):


  • Watering: Opt for infrequent watering, allowing the soil to completely dry out between waterings. During winter, reduce watering to prevent root rot.
  • Light Requirements: Position your Pickle Plant in bright, indirect sunlight, with limited exposure to direct sun to avoid sunburn.
  • Dormancy: Senecio Stapeliiformis enters dormancy in winter. Adjust watering frequency and temperature to mimic its natural habitat. 
  •  You will find this plants grows from the roots so give your plant ample room in its pot to send of new shoots. Summer is blooming season and you will be rewarded with bright orange blooms

Adromischus Maculatus:

Master the art of Adromischus Maculatus care:

  • Watering: Practice cautious watering, ensuring the soil dries out entirely between waterings to prevent overwatering.
  • Light Preferences: Place your Adromischus Maculatus in bright, indirect light, with moderate exposure to direct sunlight.
  • Dormancy Cycle: Expect dormancy during winter. Reduce watering and avoid fertilization until spring growth resumes.  
  • Commonly known as Calico Hearts your plant can blush a bright red when in full sun but do introduce it slowly to more light conditions as not to burn it.

Mammillaria Perezdelarosae:

Unveil the secrets to Mammillaria Perezdelarosae care:

  • Watering Routine: Water sparingly, allowing the soil to dry completely between waterings, especially in winter to prevent root rot.
  • Light Conditions: Provide bright, indirect sunlight for optimal growth, shielding from intense midday sun.
  • Winter Dormancy: Mammillaria Perezdelarosae may go dormant in winter. Adjust watering frequency and avoid fertilizing until spring.
  • These plants can get BIG and LONG but wat they don't do is want to stand upright so don't worry if your plants leans a little, that's just doing what it normally does!

In summary, these succulents thrive on minimal care but require specific attention to watering, light exposure, and winter dormancy. Follow these expert tips to cultivate healthy, vibrant Senecio Stapeliiformis, Adromischus Maculatus, and Mammillaria Perezdelarosae. Elevate your succulent game and revel in their natural beauty year-round!

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