These plants need to be planted in a cactus soil mix or a soil that drains quickly.
If you're looking for some easy-to-maintain plants, then look no further. Succulents are the answer to your not-so-green-thumb prayers. Yes, that's right. So if you're an amateur, here's where you can put your gardening skills to the test. It's easy, I promise. These succulents come in a variety of shapes and sizes, and this one, in particular, looks like a dream as they resemble tiny opals. That's right. Tiny. Opals. These plants make for great indoor and outdoor decorations, and the best part is that you only need to water them once a week when the topsoil is dry to touch.
These succulents come from the family Haworthia which is a small little plant with big, plump leaves or rosettes. Haworthia is a delightful little succulent that makes for a very attractive small houseplant. While most are thicker with a greenish hue, there are a few others that are transparent, which make it almost fairytale-like. According to TotallyTheBomb, in order to care for them, you need to place them in a brightly lit area.
Kitchen fun with my 3 sons reports that it is imperative not to place them in direct sunlight "especially during the hottest part of the day" because it will perish. Thus, ideally, a window sill is the perfect place to place them. During summers, they need to be watered just once in a week, while in winter they just need to be watered once a month.
Do note that you don't over or under water them, and get a cactus mix soil or a soil that drains quickly. While that may sound complicated at first, once you lay your hands on these bad boys, you will know exactly what is required. If you're the forgetful sorts, simply set a reminder, and voila, you will never have to berate yourself again. These seeds can be easily purchased littleleafgarden on Etsy in packs of 10, 25, or 50 at $10, $18, and $24 respectively.
If you're feeling a bit adventurous and want to bring about a bit of glam and a touch of a tropical vibe, you can opt for these gorgeous mermaid succulents that will just instantly brighten up your front porch or living area.
According to Totally The Bomb, this succulent is called the Crested Senecio Vitalis. The most common hue of these is its bluish-green color, although you could lay your hands on other variations. These plants can be placed outdoors during summer and can reside indoors during winter. These plants can grow up to 2 feet and spread between 3 and 5 feet wide. To know more about this, read about it here.