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Low light succulents

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If your house or apartment lacks a sun-filled area, here's the list of indoor succulents that don't need light to grow successfully.

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Succulents are considered one of the most hardy plants in gardening. They are drought-tolerant and have numerous ways of reproducing! Succulents naturally grow in sunny areas, so make sure to provide ample light for them to thrive; a south facing location is recommended. Shipping & Handling Most plants are shipped bare roots without the pot and soil, with the following exceptions: Some plants shown in 2" pots - see more info Plants that require soil to stay healthy during transit - see more…

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"Haworthia 'Wudalang' is a unique succulent hybrid that grows rosette shiny green, turgid leaves. What makes this plant stand out are its glossy, translucent leaf tips, which act as a built-in \"window\" in order to allow for light to pass through. This attribute allows it to withstand low-light conditions. Haworthia in general are very low-maintenance plants, making them great houseplants for beginners. 'Wudalang' can tolerate low-light, indoor environments, but also like bright, indirect…

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Haworthia reinwardtii is a succulent whose foliage grows in a clumping stack of tall, upright, curved leaves. Its unique leaves are textured with raised white bumps. These succulents are very low-maintenance, making them great houseplants even for beginners. This plant can tolerate low-light, indoor environments, but also like bright, indirect light, making them ideal for windowsills. Elongated, light green foliage is a sign that your plant isn't getting enough light. Use well-draining soil…

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"Haworthia variegata var. petrophila is a petite but prolific variety. Its foliage has toothy margins and its leaf tips are banded with translucent areas that act as a built-in \"window\" in order to allow light to filter into the leaf. Haworthia are very low-maintenance succulents, making them wonderful houseplants even for beginners. It will eventually produce new offsets and grow into a dense clump. These offsets can be easily propagated by pulling them off, or left to cluster around the…

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Haworthia turgida x retusa have leaves wider than your typical turgida and leaved more curved than the regular retusa. This plant very low-maintenance, making it a great houseplant for beginners. It will eventually produce new offsets and grow into a dense clump. These offsets can be easily propagated by pulling them off, or left to cluster around the main rosette. This plant can tolerate low-light, indoor environments, but thrive in bright, indirect light with a little gentle morning…

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