Decorative Succulents Garden
In the language of flowers, succulents symbolize enduring, strong and timeless love. They can also be used to represent forgiveness, making them an excellent “I'm sorry!” gifts. Burro’s tail Sedum in particular is linked to many sons and many blessings in some cultures.
According to Chinese Feng Shui, succulents are good luck. This means that you will reap abundance in life when you grow these plants in your home. A succulent plant is a great way to attract positive elements that will result in something positive too.
☘ Sedum can be used to enrich your garden in order to attract birds. Most of them are favored for their small seeds, which will attract granivorous birds such as finches, chickadees, grosbeaks, and siskins. Just don't deadhead your plants, so that the seeds remain for the birds to enjoy. Some varieties with bright, purple or red flowers, such as the Autumn Joy, are also attractive to hummingbirds, which will come to feast on the nectar.
☘ There are over 60 Succulent Families.
☘ Succulents are Pest Resistant Plants.
☘ Succulents have Sun Protection.
☘ Succulent have a unique adaptation that enables them to tolerate limited watering better than most houseplants. Their thick, fleshy leaves and stems, as well as their enlarged roots, allow them to retain water so that they do not need watering as frequently as other plants.
☘ The word succulent originates from the Latin word "Sucus", which means sap. These plants typically have sap-filled leaves that help provide the plants with nourishment when there is none. In fact, the sap or juice that is in the leaves makes it so that you do not need to fertilize these plants or water them as often.
☘ Purifies the air, adds fresh Oxygen to the environment, and improves humidity level of the house.
☘ Improves focus, enhances the memory and increases pain tolerance.