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Most succulent plants grow easily from cuttings. Just take a piece and place in the soil or in water and it will quickly send out roots. As for care, succulents don't do well …in very cold areas as their leaves contain a lot of water and are damaged if frozen. In general, they like sun and tolerate dryness, heat, and poor soil well.
Plants like Aloe vera are called succulents. These plants have fleshy leaves.
Truculent rhymes with succulent.
Succulent plants are water-retaining plants adapted to arid climate or soil conditions. They generally have thick, fleshy leaves, a well defined (if noth thickened cuticle) …covering the leaves, may sometimes have water (or fluid) storage organs, and generally have shallow adventisious root systems. Examples may include: cacti, Mesembryanthemum, Delosperma, Cotyledon, Portulacaria and Lithops
it means "juicy" and often used to describe foods.
A succulent is a type of plant that stores water in their leaves and stems. When you see a plant that has thick leaves like a jade plant or aloe plant they are considered a su…cculent. Succulents require little water and can tolerate dry climates and soils. If you ever touch a jade leaf and it is squishy or wrinkled it needs more water, that is a sign that the water in the leaf is not enough. Cactus and jade plants are just some of the most common succulents.
A succulent plant conserves water. Example: Cactus Succulent means fleshy, pulpy, juicy - moist and tasty.
normally when there is water available - this could either be in the summer of winder depending on whether the region receives summer or winter rainfall
Succulent plants store water in their leaves, stems, and also in roots. Nick Lord
delicious, pulpy, tasty, fleshy, juicy, cactus
the steak was rather succulent
A Succulent Fruit is a fruit with juicy, fleshy, brightly coloured outer parts. For eg. orange, apple, lemon, melon, peach. A dry Fruit is a fruit with a hard, dry outer cove…ring around their seeds. For eg, nuts, avocado, passion fruit etc.
The succulent stems act as a sponge to soak up and store water when it is available.