Succulent Plants and Arrangements
The unique landscape of the southwest, with tumbleweeds rolling across airy deserts and ghost towns riddled with rattlesnakes and cacti, is something straight out of a movie. If you want to add some western flare to your home, succulent plants will do the trick. Succulent flower arrangements are easy to care for, making them the perfect gift for a loved one or for yourself! At ProFlowers, we have a variety of succulents online to choose from that will help add some desert vibes to any home.
How do you keep a succulent delivery alive?
There’s an art to keeping live succulents healthy indoors. While succulents are known to withstand extreme conditions and don’t require a lot of attention, if they’re not taken care of properly, you can end up with dead and wilting plants. To keep succulents alive indoors, think about their natural habitat: the desert. This means you should keep your succulent plants in direct sunlight, and provide them with enough water, but be careful not to overwater them. Just like all plants, succulents need room to breathe and grow. So, to create the perfect potted garden, give your succulent flower arrangements ample sunlight, water, and room.
What are the benefits of sending a succulent plant delivery?
Succulent delivery is the perfect way to show someone how much you care about them. This is because succulents have many proven benefits! When you send succulents, have peace of mind knowing they have special powers, such as the ability to:
- Clean and purify the air
- Enhance memory
- Add oxygen to the air
- Increase pain tolerance
- Improve focus
- Help people breathe better
- Succulents make great office plants and home plants, as they improve the air quality around us, resulting in a better sense of clarity, focus, and peace.
How often should a succulent delivery be watered?
As you now know, succulents are desert-dwellers, meaning they’re used to arid climates with little rain. However, in the desert, when it rains, it pours. What this means for your succulent arrangements is that they don’t need water all the time, like green plants, but when they do need water, they need a lot. Instead of watering your succulents every few days with a trickle of water, wait until the soil becomes dry, and then some. Once the soil is bone dry, place your succulents in the sink or outside, and water them (a lot) until you see water coming out of the bottom of the planter. Then, wait a week or two and water your live succulents again. At Proflowers, our selection of easy to care for plants like our succulents and bonsai trees are a unique way to express gratitude, show thanks, or simply say “I love you.”