-About Echeveria Agavoides 'Santa Lewis'-
Echeveria Agavoides 'Santa Lewis', a succulent of the genus Echeveria in the Crassulaceae family, is prone to clustering, with leaves tightly arranged in a rosette shape. The leaves are spoon-shaped and slightly curved inward with a distinct short leaf tip. Given sufficient light, its leaves are prone to irregular patches, a significant feature. However, if the light is insufficient, the color of the leaves tends to be green.
-How to care for Echeveria Agavoides 'Santa Lewis'-
Soil/Watering: Choosing well-breathable and permeable soil can make succulents grow better. You can buy the ready-made cactus soil mix. If the proportion of grain in the potting soil does not exceed 80%, it will grow well and is also particularly easy to color. Moderate watering during high-temperature periods; during the growing period, dry and watered, keep it properly dry, and control watering in winter when the temperature is below 41°F.
Sun/Temperature: 'Santa Lewis' likes a warm, dry, sunny, and ventilated environment, and there is no obvious dormancy period in summer. Spring, autumn, and early summer are the main growing seasons for the plants, which can be given plenty of sunlight. Shade it correctly if the temperature exceeds 86°F.
Fertilizing: In addition to the soil's base fertilizer, we can apply the succulent nutrient solution once a month for top dressing during the growth period in spring and autumn.
Propagation: Propagate Echeveria Agavoides 'Santa Lewis' from cuttings by cutting a leaf from the mother plant with a clean knife or scissors. Dry it for a few days to create a callous. Use well-draining soil for your new succulent. Water it when the soil dries out.
Primary color: Purple, Red
Secondary color: Green
Cold hardiness: zone 9a - 12b.
Product format: rooted in 2" nursery pot.
Suitability: balcony, window
Propagation: leaf, cutting, behead