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Pachyphytum Compactum: How to take care of 'Little Jewel' plant

Pachyphytum Compactum, also known as the "Little Jewel," is one of those succulents that makes you stop and go, "Wow, is that even real?" With its chunky, opalescent leaves that seem to shimmer with a spectrum of colors from pinks to blues to silvers, it's like a living gemstone. But don't let its delicate looks deceive you; this plant is as hardy as they come, making it a perfect gem for both seasoned succulent collectors and beginners. Ready to add some sparkle to your succulent collection? Let’s dive into how to care for and propagate your very own Little Jewel. If you don't own a Compactum but would like to you can find one here . The TLC Your Pachyphytum Compactum Deserves 1. Basking in the Glow: Sunlight is to Pachyphytum Compactum what spinach is to Popeye. It thrives in bright, indirect light, which brings out the vibrant colors in its leaves. Too much direct sunlight can cause sunburn, while too little light will make it stretch out in search of

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