Bright light will enhance the colour. Early morning or evening direct sunlight also fine, but not afternoon direct sun.
*The colour may be different to the photo, some more green or more purple at the back of the leaves.
Also you can cut the stem 10cm - 15cm from the top end, put the cuttings in water or put in well drained soil to make more.
It just takes time. Keep indoors, you can give them outdoor sunlight on a nice warm day but in winter just keep them warm and let them get as much light as possible. Water them like succulents. Hope that helps you get on your way.
Note: We only post Monday to *Friday by royal mail 1st class. This is to avoid having your lovely plants stuck in the postal system all weekend.
*Friday post: It is not guaranteed that you receive the item on Saturday, item might deliver on Monday.
🌱 CARE TIPS FOR YOUR NEW BABY SUCCULENTS 🌱
Ideal position : Succulents tend to thrive with plenty of indirect light. They will turn brown or lose colour if exposed to prolonged direct sunlight. Ideal indoor plants.
Water : When the soil is completely dry, water them near the roots using the dropper. Succulents don't like to have wet feet. Allow soil to dry between watering. Do not overwater them. Water even less in winter.
Temperature : Succulents can tolerate dry air, they are happy if above 10 °C. Only hardy succulents will survive a frost. Learn a bit about succulents and you’ll do well. Youtube ‘how to care for succulents’ for more info.