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Succulent plants: House plants of the month of July

The story behind Fat plants

They are all succulents, which means that they have the ability to store moisture in their roots, stems and thick leaves. This allows them to endure drier periods, such as a holiday, effortlessly. Fatty plants are extra popular because of their distinctive, sometimes whimsical forms, they fit perfectly into the continuing trend to give botanicals an atmosphere-defining role in interiors.

Origin

Most of the fat plants originate from the tropics and subtropics and have originated in dry areas such as steppes, mountainous regions and semi-deserts in Africa and South and Central America. They are tough rascals who can survive in a warm, harsh sea climate in nature.

Choice of assortment

The assortment of fatty plants consists mainly of decorative foliage plants, although there are also flowering plants, such as Kalanchoe. The plants stand out especially because of their unique forms: Haworthia and Aloe have a high primal content, Echeveria is a party in graceful rosettes, Rhipsalis looks like coral, Sansevieria is proud and indestructible, Crassula is a stylized mini-tree. They combine great and are offered both mixed and by name.

 

Care tips

  • Fat plants like to be warm and light.
  • The best thing is to give a fat plant a large amount of water in one go and let it dry for a few weeks.
  • Quietly with plant food, just a little bit in the month.
  • In the summer months, fat plants can also be used on the garden table.

(source: Bloemenbureauholland.nl )

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