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- Direct sun indoors. They will probably do well with only an hour or so of direct sun.
- Let them dry out some below the soil line. If they sit dry for too long, they will begin to lose lower leaves. Even though they are succulent a thorough watering when necessary is best so that all of the roots are moistened.
- A plant in a 4" (10 cm) diameter pot should dry out slightly below the soil line, then water with about 1/2-3/4 cup, (enough so the water seeps through the bottom of the pot.)
- A plant in a 6" (15cm) diameter pot should dry out about 1/2"'-1" (about 2cm) below the soil line before watering with about a pint of water.
- In an 8" (20cm) hanging basket, let it dry out about 1" (2 1/2 cm) below the soil line and water with up to a quart of water.
- Fertilize regularly for best growth and blooming.
*If you can't find your plant on this blog, here is a link to some other great blogs on houseplants:
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