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I have an aurora succulent that is in the house. The little jelly bean leaves are falling off. I want to move it outside.

Will it get sunburn if I put I directly in the sun? I know it will not survive our winters, so I plan to leave it in the pot.


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#1 Comment By Downtoearthdigs On 07/10/2019 @ 7:52 am

These leaves are a bit fragile and can easily fall off. You will often find one or two leaves on the ground where the mother plant is planted, and that is normal.
If you are losing lots of leaves; the most common reason for falling leaves off your Jelly Bean plant is watering issues. Jelly Bean plants will drop their leaves if under watered OR over watered.
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I would try morning sunlight, not hot direct afternoon sun.


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