SUCCULENTS BOX AUGUST 2019 CARE GUIDE

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Succulents Box August 2019 Care Guide

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ECHEVERIA SUBSESSILIS 

Echeveria Subsessilis Succulent

 

 Echeveria Subsessilis is a gorgeous succulent with rosettes up to 6 inches (15 cm) in diameter, Bluish green leaves form beautiful rosettes with a tinge of pink along the leaf margins. A thick farina coating on the leaves give the plant a soft powdery look and allows the plant to tolerate full sun. The long-lasting flowers are pink-orange on slender stalks up to 10 inches (25 cm) long, in early summer.

 All of the plants will be shipped bare root

 Outdoors subsessilis prefers full sun. Indoors plants need bright light and are perfect for life on a sunny windowsill. 

 Subsessilis likes infrequent watering and prefers dry conditions after the plant becomes established. After watering, allow the soil to dry completely before watering again. Once per week should be adequate. 

 The plant needs excellent drainage and porous soil. The soil mix should contain 50-70% perlite, pumice or sand.

 

ECHEVERIA LOLA

Echeveria Lola Succulent

 

 Echeveria Lola is a popular Echeveria species that forms beautiful pale gray green rosettes of powdery pointed symmetrical leaves. The mature tight rosette resembles the look of a rosebud, which is a perfect choice for a gift. Echeveria Lola is a hybrid between Echeveria Lilacina & Echeveria Derenbergii, two also widely popular Echeveria Species.

 In spring, it produces coral bell-shaped flowers with pink yellow tips.

 All of the plants will be shipped bare root.

 well draining soil.

 bright but indirect sunlight. 

 Avoid letting water sit for too long in the rosette to prevent rot and fungal diseases.

 Dead leaves should be removed from the plant as soon as possible to ward off pests.

 Generally non-toxic to humans and animals

 

GRAPTOSEDUM CALIFORNIA SUNSET

Graptosedum California Sunset

 

¬†Graptosedum ‚ÄėCalifornia Sunset‚Äô is a fun succulent with rosy orange leaves forming small rosettes similar to those of Echeverias. The stems tend to grow long and leggy. New growth has a grayish-green color but the rosy orange hue will be intensified by drought and cool winter temperatures.

 In spring and summer, it produces clusters of white star-shaped flowers.

 All of the plants will be shipped bare root.

 Full Sun. 

 More regularly in the summer. Minimal water required in the winter. Let the soil dry completely after each watering. 

 Porous and well-Drained. 

 Feed once at the beginning of the growing season (in the spring).

 Generally non-toxic to humans and animals

 

ECHEVERIA PULIDONIS 

Echeveria pulidonis

 

 Echeveria pulidonis is a slow growing succulent with stemless rosettes up to 5 inches (12.5 cm) wide of fleshy, incurved, red-edged, pale bluish-green leaves that are flat to slightly concave on the upper surface and rounded below with a distinct red tip. Though often seen as solitary, it will offset to form a good size clump over time.

 In spring the bright yellow flowers tip multiple unbranched reddish stems that bend over with the weight of the flowers.

 All of the plants will be shipped bare root.

 Full Sun to part shade. 

 Avoid letting water sit for too long in the rosette to prevent rot and fungal diseases.

 Dead leaves should be removed from the plant as soon as possible to ward off pests.