We’ve probably all killed a plant or two during our lifetimes. Sometimes it’s a bad match: We pick a plant that needs a lot of light or a lot of love and we don’t give it those two necessities. Or maybe we’ve overwatered when we should have underwatered. Or maybe, just maybe, our green thumb wasn’t working. It happens.
And certain situations where plants are good for the environment may be even trickier to grow plants in. For example, office spaces: Having plants is a great way to brighten up the décor. Indoor plants help to improve air quality. And indoor plants just make us feel better. But we can also put some indoor plants into those challenging situations—not enough natural light, for example. So how can you combat that? Turn to indoor succulents. What are some great fits for office spaces, and how should you choose and care for them? This graphic explains it.