Author Archives: Harsh Woods

Florarium of Cactuses: An Island of Beauty And Exotics

Florarium Of Cactuses

These cactus plants decorate many interiors of residential and non-residential premises, blending seamlessly with the existing domestic vegetation. They have gained world popularity, create incredible compositions out of succulents, and  looks as original – luxurious and exotic. Vegetable terrariums, also known as terrariums, are a fashionable trend of floriculture, and creativity, aimed at breeding succulents […]

Succulents in Hibernation: Which Succulents are Sleeping? When and Why?

Extended Succulents

Succulents are so ambiguous that they make the most experienced gardeners more stupefied than novice succulent growers. The most confusing and unexplored aspect of succulent farming is the hibernation of succulents. Let’s untangle this ball together! Do all succulents hibernate? Do they need to be irrigated at rest? Do they need to be backlit? Which […]

Best Succulent Soil– What your succulents need


The very first step in the care of succulents begins with the soil. All succulents need fast-growing soil for several reasons: Suitable soil allows the roots of the plant to get enough water while preventing overwetting, which easily causes rotting and is the main cause of death of succulents; Also, loose soil provides succulent roots […]

Echinopsis Cactus: How to grow the most popular succulent?

Echinopsis Cactus

Green, prickly, round – this is what the Echinopsis Cactus looks like, which is the most common indoor plant of the Cactus family. It is notable for its compactness, ability to multiply abundantly, and with proper care and regular flowering. Also, the genus Echinopsis includes many species, which means that a lover of these succulents […]


Propogating Succulents

The topic of watering succulents seems to emerge quite often these days, especially on various social media platforms. In this article, we will mainly be discussing water therapy. Is water therapy good for succulents? What is the purpose of water therapy? Don’t succulents rot in the water? You will find the answers to these questions, […]

Use of Rain Water For the Succulents.

Use Of Rain Water For The Succulents

Succulents that Grow  Outdoors. People growing their succulents in the open air or containing them outdoors always notice that after a heavy rain succulents look brighter and healthier. The water has a beneficial effect on succulents. Rainwater supplies them with dissolved organic minerals and washes away the dust that prevents photosynthesis. Moreover, it dilutes and […]