- They require the enough light The natural light of a plant’s native habitat is perhaps the most difficult environmental variable to emulate indoors. For common houseplants, we have an easier time. Many are native to tropical jungles and accustomed to the shifting periods of shade and sun that happen in your home. After all, that’s what naturally happens as the sun moves over a forest canopy.But if you put a plant that’s used to experiencing a full 12 hours out in the broiling hot sun on an east-facing sill, you’re begging for failure. Your best bet: Choose the sunniest south-facing window available, and if all windows face elsewhere, pick a more forgiving succulent like aloe or throw in the towel and opt for a sturdy pothos. 2. Understand their watering needs
Succulants are spotted in interior design magazines and even as wedding centerpieces. Succulants can be easy to grow but they require the correct mindset in order for them to grow well. As they are found mostly in desert, you need a desert mindset in order for them to grow well.