Echeveria 2″ (Assorted)
Each order contains GROWN WITH LOVE and hand selected succulents.
You will receive a random selection similar to the ones in the photo which may include Aeonium, Aloe, Crassula, Echeveria, Kalanchoe, Mammillaria, Notocactus, Opuntia and other varieties.
Note that we cannot guarantee you will receive the exact plants in the image.
How To Care for Echeveria
Echeveria is so easy to take care of. Just like most succulents, there are some general tips and tricks to follow.
Light: Put your indoor echeveria by a window to get as much sunlight as possible. This will also encourage the leaves to change into different colors as mentioned before.
Temperature: To recreate echeveria’s natural desert habitat, avoid cold or humid temperatures. Dry room temperatures around 70 degrees will allow your echeveria to thrive.
Water: Watering echeveria is similar to watering other succulent plants. Overwatering can lead to pests like mealybugs or root rot. To avoid this, soak your echeveria’s soil with water, avoiding the plant itself. Once the soil is completely dry, you can water your echeveria again. Give your echeveria great drainage. Terra-cotta pots are best for echeveria.
Repotting: Repotting is only necessary once your echeveria has outgrown its pot. Try to repot your echeveria in the spring at the beginning of its growing season. Just remove the plant, clear soil from its roots, and replace it in a new container with fresh soil.
It is important to give your echeveria the proper attention. They are not a high-maintenance plant, but they do require care.
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