ADVERTISEMENT Native to Africa, the Zebra Cactus succulent gets its name from the horizontal stripes on its leaves. Since it’s relatively small, you can place this cute succulent in a windowsill or ledge in your home.
White flowers will begin blooming between October and November, adding even more beauty to your environment. It also soaks up water in its leaves, so it will only need water every two weeks or once a month.These succulents from Madagascar can thrive as outdoor or indoor plants.
However, they grow best indoors at a temperature between 65-75 degrees F. They need at least three or four hours of direct sunlight each day, so make sure to place it in a window facing the sun.It doesn’t need much water, especially in the winter months.Read more on powerofpositivity.com