Depending on where you live and the type of succulents you are growing, you may need to consider bringing some of your succulents inside for the winter. Many succulents can’t handle temperatures below 30 degrees fahrenheit. I’ve been building my collection of cold hardy succulents, but I still have quite a few tender succulents. Usually around August or September I start trying to pick my favorite plants to bring inside — not an easy thing to do! I don’t have nearly as much room to grow succulents indoors as I do outdoors. There’s a few things that will help the transition from outside to inside go a little more smoothly, so let me share with you a few tips.
Learn how to properly water and care for your succulents indoors in the winter Water Outside Since it can be a hassle to water my succulents indoors (bringing them all to the sink, waiting for them to stop dripping, etc.) I like to water them one last time outside. I’ll usually water them 1-2 days before bringing them in. This allows them to soak up the water they need and start to dry out. That way my shelves stay nice and dry once the succulents are inside. Don't let your succulents die because you don't know how to properly water them! More next time about wintering over succulents. Till next time this is Becky Litterer from Becky's Greenhouse, Dougherty Iowa