Buy (Echeveria Shaviana) Pink Frills Live Succulent Plant
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Echeveria shaviana is a succulent plant species that belongs to the family Crassulaceae. It is a small, compact succulent plant that is native to Mexico & is widely grown as an ornamental plant.
The leaves of Echeveria shaviana are arranged in a rosette, & they are thick and fleshy. The leaves are spoon-shaped, and they have a bluish-green color that is covered in a waxy coating, which helps the plant retain moisture. The leaves have a delicate, almost translucent appearance, and they are often tinged with pink or red around the edges, particularly when exposed to sunlight.
The plant produces a tall stem that can reach up to 30 centimeters in height, which bears small, tubular flowers that are pale pink or white. The flowers grow in clusters at the top of the stem, and they have a sweet, delicate fragrance. The flowers are known to attract pollinators such as bees and butterflies.
This Echeveria is a relatively easy plant to care for, and it is a popular choice for indoor or outdoor container gardening. It prefers well-draining soil and partial to full sunlight. The plant can tolerate dry conditions. It is also important to avoid overwatering, as this can cause the root rot disease.
Overall, it is a beautiful and low-maintenance plant that can add a touch of color and interest to any garden or indoor space.
Echeveria Shaviana Care Guide
- Climate: Warm & dry tropical to sub-tropical climate.
- Soil & Potting Mix: Well drained soil or cactus & succulents potting mix, they hate waterlogged soil.
- Sunlight: Bright indirect to direct sunlight throughout the day.
- Watering: Avoid watering regularly, let the soil dry completely before next watering.
- Fertilizers: Once after every 60 days you can add a handful of leaf compost.
- Bloom Time: Spring season.
- Propagation: Through leaves & stem cuttings.
- Leaves burn: Too much sunlight, place in low light area for sometime.
- Black spots & Wrinkling leaves: Overwatering, reduce watering frequency.
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