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10 Best Succulent Blogs

Succulents have taken the plant world by storm with their unique and beautiful appearance, low-maintenance care requirements, and ability to thrive in a variety of environments. Whether you're a seasoned succulent enthusiast or just starting out, there are countless resources available online to help you learn more about these fascinating plants. To help you get started, we've compiled a list of the 10 best succulent blogs that are sure to inspire and inform.

1. Succulent City

Succulent City is a popular blog that offers a wealth of information on succulent care, DIY projects, and more. Their team of succulent experts provides tips and advice on everything from watering and soil to pest control and propagation. They also offer a variety of succulent-related products, including books, planters, and merchandise.

2. Leaf and Clay

Leaf and Clay is a leading online succulent store that also features a blog with an extensive collection of articles and resources. Their blog covers a wide range of topics, including care and maintenance, identification, and design inspiration. They also offer a variety of rare and unusual succulents for sale.

3. The Succulent Eclectic

The Succulent Eclectic is a blog that focuses on creative succulent projects, including DIY terrariums, arrangements, and more. They offer tips on how to care for your plants and troubleshoot common issues. Their blog is full of stunning photos and step-by-step tutorials that will inspire you to get creative with your succulents.

4. Mountain Crest Gardens

Mountain Crest Gardens is a family-owned nursery that specializes in succulents. Their blog is packed with valuable information on everything from care and maintenance to design inspiration and plant identification. They also offer a wide variety of succulents for sale, including rare and hard-to-find varieties.

5. The Cactus and Succulent Society of America

The Cactus and Succulent Society of America is a non-profit organization dedicated to the study and conservation of cacti and succulent plants. Their blog offers educational articles on various species, as well as updates on their conservation efforts. They also provide resources for enthusiasts, including information on local chapters and events.

6. Debra Lee Baldwin

Debra Lee Baldwin is a well-known author and speaker on succulent gardening. Her blog offers inspiration and tips for growing succulents in a variety of settings, from small containers to large landscapes. She also offers resources for designing with succulents, including a gallery of stunning photos.

7. Succulent Studios

Succulent Studios is a subscription service that sends you two unique succulent plants each month. Their blog offers care tips for their featured plants, as well as general succulent advice. They also offer resources for designing with succulents, including a gallery of creative project ideas.

8. The Succulent Source

The Succulent Source is a family-owned nursery that offers a wide variety of succulents for sale. Their blog offers care tips, plant profiles, and inspiration for creative projects. They also offer a variety of succulent-related products, including planters, tools, and accessories.

9. Plant Therapy

Plant Therapy is a blog dedicated to all types of plants, including succulents. They offer care tips, creative project ideas, and even have a section on plants for beginners. Their blog is full of stunning photos and valuable information that will inspire you to grow and care for your succulents.

10. The Succulent Perch

The Succulent Perch is a blog that offers inspiration and tips for incorporating succulents into your home decor. They offer creative project ideas, as well as advice on how to care for your plants. Their blog is full of beautiful photos and step-by-step tutorials that will inspire you to get creative with your succulents.


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