The Lifesaver Plant is one of the most sought-after houseplants. If you want to grow a Lifesaver plant at home, here are some tips for how to care for them.

Sunlight Requirements for Lifesaver Plant:

Lifesaver cactus plants need bright, indirect light. They can tolerate some direct sun, but too much will cause the leaves to bleach and turn yellow.

Watering Tips for Lifesaver Plant:

Your Lifesaver plant will not tolerate overwatering or soggy soil; it should never sit in water, as this can cause root rot and lead to Lifesaver cactus death.

Signs of an Underwatered Succulent/Cactus

– Pale, rubbery, and deflated leaves – Discoloration on the leaves and stems – Withering leaves and foliage – Drooping leaves

– Rotting or decaying plants – Leaves and base are turning brown or black – Plants appear plump

Signs of an Overwatered Succulent/Cactus

Lifesaver Plant Propagation:

Lifesavers can be propagated by stem cuttings or leaf cuttings.

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