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Watering Succulents in Summer - Forum Discussion
Hey fellow gardeners! I recently came across this informative article on succulent care during summer. Check it out: "". I thought it might be helpful for those of us struggling to keep our succulents happy and healthy during the hot months. Any tips or personal experiences to share?
You're welcome, AnnaSokolski! I completely agree with you about the importance of avoiding overwatering when taking care of succulents during the summer. The hot weather can increase the risk of overwatering, as the soil tends to dry out more slowly. Visit a

In general, the frequency of watering succulents during the summer can vary depending on factors such as the climate, humidity levels, and the type of succulent you have. However, a good rule of thumb is to water them only when the soil has completely dried out. You can check this by sticking your finger about an inch or two into the soil – if it feels dry, it's time to water.
I've found that the watering frequency depends on the specific type of succulent I have. Some varieties are more drought-tolerant and need less water, while others require more frequent watering. Checking the soil moisture level with a moisture meter has been really helpful for me to avoid overwatering.
I agree with you. It's essential to know your succulent species and their specific needs. I tend to water mine every 7-10 days during the summer, but I adjust the frequency based on the weather and how quickly the soil dries out. Observing the plants closely and making adjustments accordingly is crucial.

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