Succulents That Don't Need Your Prime Windowsill Real Estate
Everyone loves succulents. Their cute chubby leaves and their ability to thrive on neglect make them easy to love. The one thing that can turn this relationship sour is living in a space that just doesn’t receive enough light to keep them cute and happy! All succulents are adapted to live in areas that are dry, this usually means that they are accustomed to bright light as well. Most of the beloved cacti, echeveria, and sedums need at least a few hours of direct sun each day if not direct sun all day. Those of us without a South facing windowsill find ourselves trying and trying to keep these delightful little guys happy but always seem to end up with them losing their color, stretching for light, or at worst rotting away. If you are pining for the right succulent that can live with your bright indirect lighting we’ve got you covered. Here are a few of our favorite succulents that will thrive in your bright indirect light.