Signs of active growth in succulents: Sometimes it’s hard to tell if certain succulents are actively growing, especially when it’s really hot outside. Here are the main signs to look for that will let you know your plants are currently producing new growth and not dormant due to the season or temperature.
Plants in order of appearance:
Hoodia (parviflora or gordonii)
Euphorbia lacei ‘Mint Cream’
Euphorbia ‘Zig Zag’
Selenicereus anthonyanus ‘Fishbone Cactus’
Aloe ‘Dental Work’
Myrtillocactus geometrizans Fukurokuryuzinboku ‘Booby Cactus’
Haworthia venosa subs. tessellata
Astrophytum myriostigma ‘Bishop’s Cap’
Gymnocalycium anisitsii subs. multiproliferum
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