Succulent Plant Care Sheets

Succulents are as fascinating as they are important. Many succulents are a food source for animals.

They have evolved to adapt to harsh environments. Some disguised themselves as rocks or evolving a little window to allow photosynthesis.

We learn some crazy stuff about succulents!

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The Why, When, and Where Of Succulent Blooms

Caring For Succulents Indoors This Winter

Kalanchoe humalis ‘Desert Surprise’ Succulent Care and Information

What Are Monocarpic & Polycarpic Succulents

Airplant (Tillandsia) Care and Information

Adromischus cristatus aka Key Lime Pie, Pillow Feet, and Crinkle Leaf Plant Care and Information

Huernia schneideriana A.k.a Red Dragon Flower Care and Information

Succulents: The Ultimate Guide to Choosing, Designing, and Growing 200 Easy-Care Plants. By Robin Stockwell.

Are Succulents Okay Outside In The Cold?

Euphorbia Are A Toxicily Interesting Plant

Purslane (Portulaca oleracea) Care and Information

Life Saver Cactus (Huernia insigniflora) Care and information

Haworthia (Haw ~ Thor ~ ia) Information and Care

Tiger Jaw (Faucaria tigrina) Facts and Care

Succulents For Your Big Day

How To Care For Your Echeveria

What Do Our Visitors Do With Their Succulents?

Why Are Some Succulents Fuzzy?

Desert Rose Succulent Plant (Adenium obesum) Care & Toxin Information

Epiphyllum A.k.a. Curly Sue A.k.a. Orchid Cactus

Are Christmas Cactus, Easter Cactus, and Thanksgiving Cactus The Same Plant?

Flapjack Kalanchoe (Kalanchoe thyrsiflora)

The String Of Pearl (Senecio rowleyanus) Care and Information

Succulents And Other Plants For Parties, Events, Ceremonies and Weddings!

Propagating Succulents

Lithops (pseudotruncatella) aka Living Stones Succulents

What Do Garden Succulents Need?

Succulent, Cacti, Tropical Plants and Ideas On How To Keep Them.

Plants That Are NOT Good For Your Animals

3 TIPS for when you visit a plant nursery?

2″ Assorted Succulents

3″ Assorted Succulent Plants

4″ Succulent Plants

Alluaudia procera ‘Madagascar Octillo’

Echeveria ‘Ramillete’

Hoya carnosa compacta ‘Hindu Rope’

Kalanchoe tomentosa ‘Chocolate Soldier’

Portulacaria afra ‘Variegata’ (Rainbow Bush)

Say “Aloe” To My Little Friends T-shirt

Spring Succulent Fundraiser ~ Proceeds Go To Non-Profit 501(C)(3) Exotic Animal Rescue

Why Do We Need Plants Around Us

Bad Plants For Animals

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Crazy Critters Inc. is a Private Non-Profit, 501(c)3, Exotic Animal Rescue and Sanctuary. Our Wildlife Facility is located in Eustis, Florida. We provide permanent homes to over 200 animals including lizards, turtles, skinks, geckos, birds, and assorted wildlife. Crazy Critters Inc. was established to provide non-domestic, non-releasable animals with a safe and permanent home.

Mostly Tortoises and Turtles call Crazy Critters Inc. home. What makes us unique is that after adoption, Crazy Critters Inc. continues to share the lives of the pets on social media. Providing an additional continued connection. When an animal finds its way to Crazy Critters, it has found a forever home.

Everyone in our community benefits when donors put their funds together to help protect animals and our environment. And the fact that the animals can call this a forever home makes it that much better. Your monetary donations help provide veterinary care, food, and supplies to the animals in our care.

In keeping with our commitment to a quality life for the animals here at the sanctuary, we provide a diet created specifically for each animal’s needs, the best veterinary care, enrichment programs for the animals, and maintain their spacious, safe habitats.

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Adromischus cristatus aka Key Lime Pie, Pillow Feet, and Crinkle Leaf Plant Care and Information

The Crown Of Thorns (Euphorbia milii) Care and Information