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Echeveria - 4in Pot

Echeveria - 4in Pot

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Echeveria is a popular succulent that's known for its attractive rosette shape and vibrant foliage. 


Light: Echeveria plants need bright, indirect light to thrive. They can handle some direct sunlight, but too much intense light can cause the leaves to scorch. A location near a south- or west-facing window is ideal.

Watering: Echeveria plants are drought-tolerant, so it's important not to overwater them. Water deeply and then let the soil dry out completely before watering again. During the winter months, they can go longer between waterings.

Soil: Echeveria plants need well-draining soil to avoid root rot. A cactus or succulent potting mix is a good choice. You can also mix regular potting soil with sand or perlite to increase drainage.

Fertilization: Echeveria plants don't need frequent fertilization. A balanced, water-soluble fertilizer can be applied every 2-3 months during the growing season (spring and summer).

Humidity: Echeveria plants prefer low humidity levels, so they're a good choice for dry climates. If you live in a humid area, be sure to provide good air circulation around the plant to avoid mold or mildew.

Temperature: Echeveria plants prefer warm temperatures and will do best in a room with temperatures between 60-85°F (16-29°C). They can handle some cooler temperatures, but shouldn't be exposed to temperatures below 50°F (10°C).

Propagation: Echeveria plants can be easily propagated from leaves or offsets (small plantlets that grow at the base of the parent plant). Simply detach a healthy leaf or offset, let it callus over for a day or two, and then plant it in well-draining soil. Keep the soil moist but not wet, and in a few weeks, roots will begin to grow.

Blooming: Some species of Echeveria will produce small, bell-shaped flowers on tall stems in the summer. The flowers are usually pink, yellow, or orange and are a nice addition to the attractive foliage.

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