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A bunch of my succulents have stems. I read in an article that they arent supposed to have stems. Am i doing something to cause them to have stems? Please help. 😊
A bunch of my succulents have stems. I read in an article that they arent supposed to have stems. Am i doing something to cause them to have stems? Please help. 😊
A bunch of my succulents have stems. I read in an article that they arent supposed to have stems. Am i doing something to cause them to have stems? Please help. 😊
A bunch of my succulents have stems. I read in an article that they arent supposed to have stems. Am i doing something to cause them to have stems? Please help. 😊
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I bought a light meter for fairly cheap - it's become a very useful tool for determining if my plants have the right amount of light they need - highly recommend & good luck!
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Not necessarily having a stem because that is where the leaves are attached to anyway, but the fact that there isn't enough sunlight the plant stretches turning weak and pale loosing it's beautiful colors in search of the sun
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It's called etiolation, not enough sun
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They're growing tall because they aren't getting enough light, they're reaching. Try moving then to a sunnier spot
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