One of the most important things you need to do to keep your succulent strong and healthy is to keep an eye out for plant pests and bugs, such as mealybugs, scale, ants or spider mites. These pests and bugs will cause severe damage to your succulents if left unchecked and if you are not in favour of using pesticides then you will have to find another method of protecting your succulents.
Many succulents are drought resistant, which means that if you overwater your succulents you will cause damage to your plant. Overwatering your succulents will cause your succulents' leaves to shrivel and then turn brown as they begin to rot after that the leaves will fall off. One of the most important rules to remember when watering your succulents is that you must always allow the soil to dry in between watering.
This is important if you want to avoid your succulent's leaves and roots rotting.
When people hear tongs they assume that it must be for the kitchen when in fact tongs are such a great tool to use in your succulent garden. Because a lot of succulent plants come with thorns, spikes or sharp-edged leaves, or all of the above it can be difficult to work with them without getting pricked or scratched.