Succulents occur in a wide variety of plant families and thrive in a variety of forms. What they all have in common is the ingenious ability to store water in leaves or roots. This floral talent requires a different water supply than that of non-succulents.
Succulents must be watered regularly, although they tolerate a long dryness better than uncultivated plants. However, the sufficiency of the succulents must not be overused, it is a common misconception that the succulents, which usually come from periodically dry areas, need very little or no water