Sukkulents - plants that have special tissues for the supply of water. As a rule, they grow in places with a dry climate. Plants that are part of a group united by the term “succulents” are not related by a common origin.
In botany, succulent plants, also known as succulents, are plants with parts that are thickened, fleshy, and engorged, usually to retain water in arid climates or soil conditions. Therefore, often succulents are planted in the rock gardens
Succulents are some of the most commonly owned houseplants because they’re generally resilient and low-maintenance. Succulents are extremely versatile. Many succulents can grow in low light conditions, or in rooms with plenty of bright light. They are perfect for beginners due to their tolerance of neglect.
The habitats of these water-preserving plants are often in areas with high temperatures and low rainfall, such as deserts, but succulents may be found even in alpine ecosystems growing in rocky soil. Succulents are characterized by their ability to thrive on limited water sources, such as mist and dew, which makes them equipped to survive in an ecosystem that contains scarce water sources.
A succulent is a type of plant that stores water in its leaves or stem. Succulents come in a wide variety of shapes, sizes, colors, textures, and leaf patterns, and some even bloom with beautiful flowers. Since succulents are adapted to survive in dry climates with little water or soil moisture, they are excellent houseplant choices; they even require less frequent watering than other plants.Aloe vera
is one of the best-known types of succulent plants due to its long history of use in folk medicine. The gel found in aloe vera’s plump, serrated leaves is a popular ingredient in moisturizers, shaving creams, and other cosmetics because of its soothing qualities and purported ability to heal minor wounds and burns.
Succulents are drought-tolerant plants, which are commonly found in dry desert, arid parts of the world. Due to their nature, this can make succulents extremely low maintenance and easy to keep. Their leaves and stems have evolved and adapted to store their water so they require very little attention. They can survive for long periods of time without watering and will generally thrive outside in free-draining soil or are perfect houseplants. Succulent growth patterns can be fantastic architecturally and structurally with impressive arrays of colours. The scale of these different succulent plants can be from tiny clumping form such as Echeveria compressicaulis to the giant branching trees such as Aloe dichotoma.
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