Succulent Cactus Potting Mix
- Made of our proprietary mix of Low EC coco peat, river sand, perlite, and low strength sea weed based nutrients
- Resistant to bacteria and fungus
- Conserves water, promotes healthy plant growth, & improves soil quality
- Providing extra aeration to the roots
The soil you use for your succulent is just as important as the frequency of your watering.
Having well draining soil is crucial for succulents.The best soil for succulents in pots will hold enough water for them to absorb what they need, but still dries out quickly so the roots won’t rot.
Succulents absorb water from the air around them, not through direct contact.
Constantly sitting in wet soil causes their roots to rot, because they get too much water–eventually, the cells in the roots and leaves fall apart, causing the plant to die.
Do I need to repot my succulents right now?
If your succulents are currently doing well in the soil they’re in, don’t repot just yet. The right soil for your succulents depends on your climate, as well as the location in which you keep your plants.
In other words, if it’s working… stick with it.
On the other hand, if you’ve found that your succulents are frequently dying, and you can’t quite figure out what’s going wrong, soil is a great place to start.
While replacing your soil mix may not solve all your problems, your succulents will be much happier in a soil that drains well and has plenty of air flow around the roots.
Our succulent-cactus potting mix is available in 3 weight choices.