Why Is My Frizzle Sizzle Dying?

Today we’re going to learn about frizzle sizzle plants and why they might be dying. Frizzle sizzle plants are a type of succulents that can be found in sandy or rocky soil, but not much else.

They get their name from the way that their stems grow, which is almost like curly hair (or frizzy) and grows very quickly (sizzles). Let’s take a look at some reasons why your plant may be dying…

Why Is My Frizzle Sizzle Plant Dying?

Your frizzle sizzle plant is dying because it’s not getting the care it needs to survive. You see, this is a delicate plant, so you need to give the frizzle sizzle optimal growing conditions to keep it alive.

I will now talk about the best conditions for your frizzle sizzle plant. You should be able to see where you’ve been going wrong.

Light for Frizzle Sizzle

Frizzle sizzle plants need lots of sunlight. They do best in a place that gets at least six hours of direct sunlight every day, but more is better. If you don’t have the right spot for your frizzle sizzle plant to receive enough light, then it can die quickly.

This is why I love using grow lights on my plants, especially in winter. These lights are great for helping succulents get the light they need to survive.

Soil for Frizzle Sizzle

Frizzle sizzle plants are not picky about their soil, but you should avoid using regular potting mix. Succulent soils do a much better job of holding moisture and nutrients that frizzles thrive on. You can even use sand or gravel instead of regular potting soil!

Just be sure to add some pebbles at the bottom of your container so that water doesn’t sit in it when you water your plant (it will just go right through).

Water for Frizzle Sizzle

As I mentioned before, your frizzle sizzle doesn’t need to be watered very often because it’s able to retain water in its leaves/stems. This is one reason why they’re great houseplants – if they get too dry around the roots, they simply shrivel up until the next time you give them some more water!

I like to give the plant a thorough watering once every two weeks or so and wait until the soil is dry before I water it again. Using a moisture meter is a great way to know if the frizzle sizzle is ready for water or not.

Temperature for Frizzle Sizzle

Frizzle sizzle plants prefer a warmer environment. If you live in an area where the temperature is below 40 degrees Fahrenheit, I would recommend bringing it indoors during winter. Also, make sure that they don’t get exposed to any cold drafts from windows or doors.

You can give the best temperature by placing the frizzle sizzle where it would receive bright, indirect sunlight. Just remember to keep an eye out for signs of sunburn (brown spots on leaves and stems).

Frizzle Sizzle FAQ

Do frizzle sizzle plants like full sun or partial sun?

Frizzle Sizzles plants should be put into full sunlight for several hours every day. If your location only allows for partial sun, then you should rotate your planter to ensure that all sides get equal amounts of sun exposure (at least three times per week).

It would also help to move it closer to a window so that more light reaches the plant during its allotted time frame. The key is using lots of natural sunshine!

Will frizzle sizzle plants grow in the shade?

No, they need lots of sunlight. They will die if you don’t give them enough light.

Do frizzle sizzle plants need to be watered daily?

No, in fact watering them too much will cause them to die. They only require about one inch of water each week. Use a normal-sized spoon or cup and just sprinkle the water onto the soil until it starts moving through the pot.

Can you propagate frizzle sizzle?

Yes, you can propagate frizzle sizzle plants. But unlike with other plants and succulents, it must be done by separating the plant at the bulb, not via cuttings.

How often do I fertilize my frizzle sizzle plant?

You don’t need to fertilize your frizzle sizzle plant, as it isn’t a very hungry type of succulent. If you notice that the leaves are turning red (instead of green), then this usually means that they aren’t getting enough sunlight and should be moved closer to a window or outside in direct sunlight for several hours each day.

Are frizzle sizzles poisonous?

These succulents are not typically toxic or dangerous to people or pets. However, they do contain oxalic acid which can irritate the skin and mouths of humans and animals alike if ingested. It’s probably best to keep these plants out of reach from children who may mistake their appearance for something edible.


In conclusion, frizzle sizzle plants die because of a lack of care. Make sure you give your frizzle sizzle plant the correct amount of light, soil, water, and fertilizer to keep it healthy!

If you notice that the leaves are no longer curling, then check out my recent blog post on why the frizzle sizzle isn’t curling.

Thank you for reading my blog post on why is my frizzle sizzle plant dying! I hope that the information in this article was helpful to you and please let me know if you have any questions or need help with anything else!

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