Business DescriptionNow before we jump into Succulent care, it's essential to have a basic understanding of these truly exquisite plants. The term 'Succulent' refers to a vast collection of plants that have evolved to survive in extremely dry conditions, which is why they make themselves right at home in deserts. When exposed to any amount of moisture, Succulents store the water in specialized cells in their leaves, stems, and roots. In times of drought, these cells slowly release moisture to be used by the rest of the plant, enabling it to flourish despite a lack of water. Think of these water storage cells as zillions of tiny water balloons in each plant. A healthy Succulent takes in water from the soil and fills each storage cell, then the "water balloons" swell to their fullest and retain this moisture level until it is needed.
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