If your succulent is in a container with a drainage hole at the bottom, thoroughly soak your planter and allow all water to drip away. Don't let it sit in water!
Repeat every 1-2 months.
If your succulent is in a container without a drainage hole at the bottom, add 3-4 ice cubes on an area of moss and let them melt completely. Or alternatively, spray 4-5 times around the base of each succulent in your arrangement.
Repeat once a week.
More Care Tips
1. Succulents grow towards the sun. To keep them growing straight up, rotate the container once a week.
2. If your succulent outgrows its container, congratulations, you're doing a great job as a plant parent! You'd typically want to repot into a bigger container once a year. Use fresh cactus soil from your nearest garden center and repot into a new container.
3. It's normal for older succulent leaves to turn yellow or dry up. It's a part of life! Simply pick them off to keep your plant looking fresh.
4. If you're ever in doubt, don't water your succulent. Those chunky leaves we love so much on succulents are full of water! Succulents do better with less watering (that doesn't mean NO watering though)!