I live in Arkansas in zone 7b, which means with the exception of a few sedums and Sempervivum spp., I have to grow the succulents I like indoors.
All the plant care stuff I've read says to decrease watering in the winter. I usually water my succulents every two weeks, and the soil is thoroughly dry by then.
I've decreased the number of hours of daylight (grow light) by about an hour, and backed off the fertilizer, but I'm still watering when the soil gets dry. In some of the small pots, that can be 10-14 days. The temperature is constant in my house, but in the winter the humidity decreases due to central heating.
As a general rule, all the plants are indoors in all seasons.
Do these plants need a winter? And if they do, how do you give it to them indoors?