Over the years, I bought/was given a few succulents and cacti, which I basically let grow by themselves because they had a great position in the Sun (a Southern-facing window without blinds, in Northern Italy), simply working on replanting them or cutting off parts that would then grow in other pots.
They grow fast and well, but I would like to take better care of them. That includes (but is not limited to):
- Right shading
- Optimal soil composition
- Times of the year for cloning, replanting, etc.
- Flowering (Only one or two bloom, so I can't use flowers for identification)
I could take pictures of each and post them here, but I would like to do my own research and resort to that for those I cannot properly identify. I have look around but many suggested websites are about wild plants or plants in the ground, which I'm guessing grow a little differently than succulents in a pot.
Which resources can I use to identify succulents?