How to Care, Breed, and Bloom a Zebra Succulent

The zebra succulent is one of the most popular. In addition, it is very easy to care for and grow at home.


Here we tell you what care this succulent needs to grow and flourish, and also how to reproduce it easily.


First of all, you should know that this plant is an indoor one, so you should think where to place it inside the house so that it can stay healthy.

An ideal place is next to the window, where it cannot receive direct light. Low temperatures are not good either, so avoid having them where there are no drafts.


On the other hand, you should only water it when the soil or substrate is completely dry, so it could withstand up to 15 days without water.

There is also the possibility of watering it more often, as long as the watering is not exceeded or it could have rotting problems.



It is a mix of commercial peat substrate with some coarse sand. You can use a well-draining potting mix.


To fertilize it is important to do it every month with earthworm humus. In this way, it will be able to grow and encourage flowering.



The spread is the same as aloe. You can cut a cutting with a disinfected knife and place it in a pot with substrate. The ideal season to do it is spring and autumn.

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