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    As the weather begins to cool down and the days get shorter, remember that your succulent's growth is also slowing down.


    Adjusting your watering schedule during this season is essential to avoid overwatering.


    Water your succulents only when the soil is dry and reduce watering compared to the warmer months.

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    As the days are getting shorter, ensuring your succulents get enough sunlight is essential.


    Place them in a spot with at least 6 hours of sunlight daily.

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    In Autumn, temperature changes occur from warmer days to cooler nights.


    Succulents can handle cooler temperatures, but sudden drops can stress them.


    If you think there might be a chance of frost, bring your potted succulents undercover or give them some protection to be safe.

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    During Autumn, succulents require less fertiliser due to decreased growth.


    It is essential to avoid fertilising dormant or stressed succulents.

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    Pests and Diseases

    Although pests and diseases are less prevalent during Autumn than in warmer months, they can still pose a


    Look for pests like aphids, mealybugs, scale insects, and signs of disease like rot or fungal growth.


    Regularly inspect your plants and quickly act if you notice any infestations.

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