This sounds like genuine fun because I’ve tried growing succulents only to fail because where I live just doesn’t get enough sun and is too humid for some. I did grow a Euphorbia platyclada for more than a decade. I loved it because of its endangered status, but also because of the inevitable conversation with anyone who saw it:
“Aw, it’s a shame it died.”
“It didn’t die. Look, it’s blooming!”
And I’d hand them a magnifying glass.
Aloes make great nerd pets because they’re from the desert, and they’re used to dry spells.
And you can cut off a stem for a burn.
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