The usually broad fleshy leaves have waxy, velvety, or powdery surfaces and are often iridescent and sometimes red-edged when in bright sunlight. Echeverias are popular with collectors of succulent plants for their compact, symmetrical leaf rosettes and for the prominent stalked inflorescence (flower cluster), which usually rises high above the leaves.
Succulents are a huge plant group but they all come with virtually the same care instructions. They’re very easy to keep but don’t over water, the plant will rot and die if you do!
Plant care instructions and tips: Water once a week in summer and once a month in winter but make sure you allow soil to dry between waterings, and store in bright/indirect light - do not store in the shade.
Water succulents from below by soaking the pot and allowing it to drain. This avoids getting their leaves wet, which can cause them to rot. Wait until the soil is completely dry before further watering, which generally translates as once every 4-5 days in the spring and summer and once every 10-14 days in the autumn and winter. Like most low-maintenance plants, these guys do not like to sit in water, so allow to drain completely after watering.
Comes potted in a rustic terracota pot.
Green fingered ranking: Easy
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