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 Tropical Succulent Plants?

Answer A succulent plant adapts to dry climate and soil by storing water in its leaves, stems and roots. These plants, which are also referred to as "fat plants," often grow in tropical environments and h... Read More »
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List of Succulent Plants?

Succulents are also known as fat plants because they retain water in their leaves and stems. This also gives the plants a stiffness and durability that cannot be easily damaged. There are hundreds ... Read More »
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Guide to Succulent Plants?

Succulents are a type of vascular plant, including well-known cacti, which have an exceptional ability to retain water. This adapts them to desert climates or drought conditions exceptionally well.... Read More »
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Are succulent plants poisonous?

Several succulent plants are poisonous, but many are not. Poisonous succulents include the century plant (agave americana), which has a 15-to-40-foot flower stalk, and the candelabras cactus (eupho... Read More »
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How do you take care of succulent plants?

keep your plant under hot sun or shade, because that is where they grow. Water them well for the 1st week or so. Well that's all i relle know about it, sorry if it doesnt help you much
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