Added by on 2019-04-13

Growing succulents indoors doesn’t have to be tricky, if you follow my steps! In this week’s video, I share 5 tips for keeping your indoor succulents healthy and looking their best. Be sure to leave me a comment and let me now what has been your biggest challenge with growing succulents indoors! (note: the links in this description are affiliate links, I get a small commission at no extra cost to you) 00:24 Tip #1 00:39 Examples of succulents that do well indoors 01:04 Sign up for my free course, Succulents for Beginners! ===To sign up, please visit: 01:17 Tip #2 01:36 Where to place your succulents in your home 02:02 What to do if your succulents are stretching 02:13 You may need a grow light for your succulents if they aren’t getting enough light –Shop some of my favorite grow light options here: 02:22 Tip #3 02:34 The best foil for indoor succulents ===To get the gritty mix I recommend, please visit: 03:55 What to avoid when purchasing soil for your succulents 04:35 Tip #4 05:59 The right way to water your succulents 05:18 Avoid this tool when watering succulents 05:40 Tip #5 05:54 Why a pot with a drainage hole is best for new succulent growers === Feeling more confident and ready to add to your indoor succulent collection? Grab my free ebook, “Top 10 Indoor Succulents” for more information on succulents that thrive indoors! You can sign up to get a copy here: And to get the succulents featured in this video, please visit: Thanks for watching! Be sure to subscribe to see new videos with succulent tips and tricks each week! —– Video Rating: / 5 🌿LINKS🌿 Building and Planting Video – Bonide Insect Soap – 🌿MORE LINKS🌿 […]

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  • Tiffiany Kennedy 4 months ago

    I just started out about a aweek ago and i cant figure out if its how.much or not enough water

  • lucas COCO 4 months ago

    Thank you! I am new at this and I got a zebra Hiawathia from Walmart and I don't really know what I am doing. I realized from this video that I should get a pot with a drainage hole vs the pot it came with. I should also change the soil composition. I also realized instead of watering about 1 tbs per day I should soak the soil and then let it dry out so that the plant can grow big roots. I do have one question, recently my zebra haworthia started to get a small redish hint on the tip of one of the leaves, do you know if that is natural or a sign of something wrong?

  • D. M. 4 months ago

    I just bought two beautiful succulent arrangements and neither if them have holes in the ceramic containers they came in. Grrr. I wonder why they come like that. Thank you for all the info!

  • ennieu 4 months ago

    Thank you! This helped me alot

  • Sugumaran S.SITTRAMBARAM 4 months ago

    Well presented. Tq

  • Gryphonbonez 4 months ago

    Here I was thinking "Oh man the one succulent I have is doing alright", little did I know it was "stretching". Unfortunately, the way my house is laid out it has very little natural light in any of the windows due to window placements and living in the middle of the woods. I guess I might have to invest in a lighting system if I want to grow more?

  • Elissa Soares 4 months ago

    Your channel is the most thorough and helpful that I've found! Thanks so much for sharing!!

  • MilliePat 4 months ago

    Thanks, I can see my problem was the soil. The soil was staying too wet. I am ordering the gritty mix.

  • 심보혜성 4 months ago

    Good information
    Thank you ♡

  • Angela Raymond 4 months ago

    This was so helpful thank you so much I definitely overwatered my succulents I never had the problem of them getting leggy as where I live I have a lot of windows I just didn’t use the right soil thanks for the link to get the substrate

  • Mary Sue 4 months ago

    5:13 does anyone know what type this is?? I purchased it from a nursery yesterday

  • bubble wrap 4 months ago

    one of my babies already died bc of the stupid soil 🙁 thank u so much for this video and the infos i hope my other succys gonna be healthy

  • Holley Booth 4 months ago

    Can String of Pearls grow in a terrarium?

  • Leorey Jhon Falales 4 months ago

    im a new begginer ill try i wish its work

  • lizvet treviño 4 months ago

    I live in Texas our weather is crazy, one day it's cold then, next humid then, hot as hell!! all in one week. Growing them inside is a good idea, but my biggest concern is watering and lighting. it's mostly humid near the gulf but the summer and spring are scorching hot or rainy ( hurricane season).fall and winter are cold, windy, cloudy for days and wet. inside the house, we have heaters and ac on at once, I'm afraid the random weather pattern will kill my plants

  • Rhonda Williams 4 months ago

    You found the perfect spot for it and it is soooo beautiful! Take a break and then maybe go back and center it. If it bothers one person in the family, unless they don't live there, is enough reason to take the time to move it. Thank you for sharing this delightful video. Good see Russel.

  • March of Meko 4 months ago

    Great job guys! I see that it looks off bc of the curtains but I wouldn’t worry about it. This is amazing. Good job guys.

  • Sheetal Kumar 4 months ago

    its looking awesome..

  • Jeanne Manzella 4 months ago

    Charming project, I love it!

  • Michelle Legaspi 4 months ago

    What a cool project and so great to see it up!

  • Marilyn Robinson 4 months ago

    Awww man….So sorry about your camera!!! I LOVE the sun porch and the succulent arrangement! I noticed the Black & White Buffalo plaid pillows and chunky cable knit throw…nice!!!

  • Anita Hadley 4 months ago

    Omg, I love this so much! It’s a perfect spot in the sunroom for it.

  • Robyn Morris 4 months ago

    I love this! You have inspired me to try to make one. It really is lovely

  • margaret pervier 4 months ago

    I don’t really care for succulents, but that is a work of art! It’s beautiful!

  • ceahorse56 4 months ago

    The eyes on Benjamin toy concern me, make sure they stay tight or could become a chocking hazard if they would pop off.

  • jacaranda o 4 months ago

    You almost reach the 500k subscribers.

  • ShaDynasty76 4 months ago

    Hello Mrs LeBouttilier!! I’m from Hawaii and have recently found your YouTube channel and I cannot get enough of your videos!!! Your home and massive garden is just breathtaking!! Anyway I recently purchased Casablanca lily bulbs from Walmart and have planted them a couple weeks ago. They are growing but I’m curious will these plants survive (zone 11) Hawaiian spring into summer?? And will it produce flowers?


  • Lynn Roberts 4 months ago

    Looks great!