Hello everyone, today I have a something a little different for you—a guest post about popular indoor and outdoor succulents.
I rarely (if never!) accept guest posts, but when *Alexandria from FTD contacted me and asked if I’d care to share her article about succulents … well, I was intrigued.
But first, let me disclose this is not a sponsored post. I just found her article so interesting and informative I wanted to share it with you. I had to share it because I hadn’t really thought about whether a particular succulent might do better indoors rather than outdoors.
And after reading her article, I immediately brought my jade plants back inside. It’s almost time anyway … the nights are getting extremely chilly and although I keep my jades in a protected area under an overhang, I’m starting to worry about frost. I will tell you that they do seem to bulk up during the summer when they’re outdoors and getting stronger sunlight, but I may rethink this approach. I’m always willing to try something new ;)
To check out her article and great advice, click on either image or go to 20 Popular Types of Succulents
*Alexandria enjoys writing on a variety of topics including floral design and wedding inspirations for FTD Fresh. When she’s not writing, she can be found at the beach or hiking.
Rosie Grey says
How interesting! And I’ll bring mine in, too, as I just learned they are meant for indoors… ;-)
It is interesting isn’t it Rosie … I think as long as you have a sunny window it will work. Thank you so much for stopping by xo