Succulent Care Guide

Echeverias are lovely succulents that are both low maintenance and gorgeous. Their beautiful rosette-like patterns, wide range of colors, and stunning flowers make them one of the most beloved succulents out there - perfect for any Green Space!
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  • Light : High

    Place in full sun

  • Water : Low

    Allow soil to dry out thoroughly between waterings. If in doubt, wait longer before watering. 

  • Humidity : Low

    Avoid humid environments such as bathrooms and laundry rooms 

  • Temp : 65℉ - 100℉

    Ideal temperature is between 70 - 100 degrees Fahrenheit

  • Zone : 9|10|11

    Keep away from low temperatures 

  • Fertilizer : Yearly

    Does not require regular feeding, however, you can fertilizer with a cactus fertilizer once a year to keep it looking it's best. 

  • Repotting : 3 Years

    Repot your cactus during the warm season. Take out the plant when the soil is completely dried out. Place the cactus in a new planter and fill it up with a succulent soil mix, spreading the roots out. Let your plant dry out and recover for a couple of days. After some time, you can begin with watering gradually and placing it in a sunny spot.

  • Cleaning : As needed

    Cleaning should be minimal, remove any decaying parts as needed. 

  • Propagation : Cuttings

    To propagate, remove one of the stems from the cactus and set it aside for 24 - 48 hours allowing the base to callous. Pot the pad in a container filled with a well-draining potting mix and place it in a location that receives a few hours of direct sunlight each day. Wait to water the new plant until a few weeks have passed to ensure that roots have begun to sprout.