Low Light Succulent and High Light Succulent Care Guide
If we don't figure out how to care for high-light and low-light succulents, it is very likely that the plant will be life-threatening - death. Different types of succulents absorb the same level of light, and some may thrive, while others may grow slowly or die. So you need to learn more about the different light preferences of succulents. Here are some low light succulent and high light succulent care guides!
High-light succulents are often much richer than low-light succulents. In fact, most succulents come from high-light succulents. They get at least 6 hours of sunlight a day and prefer south-facing windows. Also, succulents prefer direct sunlight to use grow lights. So in summer or when the weather is good, you can put them outside to absorb a certain amount of sunlight, which will help their photosynthesis.
It's also important to note that if your succulent is constantly absorbing sunlight in one place, it may be stretched in that direction all the time, which is not a good thing for it.
Low light succulent plants
Compared to high-light succulents, low-light succulents tend to be dark green and look a lot like aloe vera. Although not bright red and purple, also has a certain texture and shape.
Low-light succulents prefer morning to afternoon sun, and they can grow indoors for a long time, absorbing only 3-4 hours of sunlight per day. You can use succulent grow lights instead of sunlight and let them absorb. Normally, you can place them near an east-facing window, and also don't let the plants absorb sunlight in only one direction.
In fact, both low-light and high-light succulents need to absorb sunlight for better photosynthesis. Light is also important to them, even if they are grown indoors. Take good care of them and they will grow stronger and stronger.