Succulent plants do flourish under a number of the conditions that the other plants do. The best thing about them though is the fact that they have been well adapted to surviving in conditions of low fertility and drought and they are also attacked by a very small number of diseases and pests. This comes in very handy as once you plant the succulent plant seeds you will not have to work extra hard that they grow into beautiful mature plants.
Succulents are referred to as the camels in the plant world and they require very little water to survive. You simply need to ensure that you water them once every week. Just pour enough water and they will survive; make sure that you do not overwater the plants. These plants have specialized tissues contained in their leaves and stems that help them with the storage of water. They thus do not require a lot of water.
Fertilization also ought to be done infrequently. Once you plant the succulent plant seeds and they begin to grow, fertilize them using a fertilizer soluble in water; the fertilizer ought to be diluted till it is only half as strong as it ought to be. As the plant continues to grow, you will need to fertilize it using fertilizer diluted till it only contains a quarter of its original strength.
The succulent plants grow in quite a number of forms from the trailing to the spreading to the upright. If you want to prevent them from taking cuttings or being too leggy, you will need to regularly prune them. The optimum time to do the pruning is when the transition between dormancy and active growth is taking place. Be careful when pruning not to cut off the entire plant, just snip off the offsets away from the mother plant once it starts to get too crowded.