When choosing a pot for your succulent, make sure it has drainage holes. If the pot does not have drainage holes, you can drill some into the bottom of the pot.
If you are growing succulents indoors, place the pot in a south-facing window. This will give the plants the most sunlight possible.
When repotting succulents, be sure to use a pot that is only slightly larger than the current pot. This will help to prevent the roots from becoming waterlogged.
Succulents make great houseplants because they are low-maintenance and can tolerate a wide range of growing conditions. They are also very drought-tolerant, so you won’t have to worry about watering them too often.