ECHEVERIA
TemperatureSucculents in general cannot tolerate long periods of temperatures below 40°F.
LightFull sun outdoors and high light indoors. Keep in a well-ventilated area away from heat vents and cold drafts.
WaterKeep soil on the dryer side taking care not to completely dry out. Echeverias in general cannot tolerate excessive moisture as roots are susceptible to root rot.
FertilizerNone required while blooming. Use all-purpose plant food once per year.
SoilWell draining soil.
USDA Zone(s)Zones 3 - 10. Click here for a zone map.
AvailabilityFebruary - July
Care Information
When succulents have stretched, you can snap the head off and let the base dry, or harden off. Once the stem is dry and roots form you can replant into a container or in your garden. If kept indoors, make sure to keep in an area with full sun and good air circulation. Can be planted outdoors in temperate to warm climates.