-About Echeveria 'Amazing Grace'-
Echeveria 'Amazing Grace', a succulent of the genus Echeveria in the Crassulaceae family, is a hybrid of Echeveria Elegans 'Hyaliana' and Echeveria Laui. Because it has the genes of E. Hyaliana and E. Laui, it is somewhat similar to these two succulents. Its rosette-shaped plant has thick, ovate, and tightly arranged leaves. The leaf with farina will turn pinkish-orange and pinkish-purple when it thrives, and the tip of it is easy to turn red.
-How to care for Echeveria 'Amazing Grace'-
Sun: Echeveria 'Amazing Grace' has a high demand for light, and sufficient light will make it color faster. Direct sunlight for six hours or more can maintain its color well. But do not expose Echeveria 'Amazing Grace' to the sun on hot summer days. You can place it under a shade cloth or by the window indoors to let it get sufficient indirect sunlight.
Temperature: Echeveria 'Amazing Grace' prefers a well-ventilated environment but a high temperature and stuffy environment. The suitable temperature is from 59°F-82°F.
Soil/Watering: Echeveria 'Amazing Grace' needs soil with good drainage, which in a ratio of 70% particles is the best. You can buy the Cacti and succulent soil mix or make your succulent soil. Stop watering until the water flows out of the drainage hole. And when the soil is completely dry, the succulent can be watered again. It is important to control the water to prevent it from getting leggy and causing root problems in summer, and it is below 32°F to cut off the water to prevent frostbite in winter completely.
Propagation: It is easy to be propagated by leaf. You can choose chubby and mature leaves from the bottom of the plant. Put the leaves in a well-ventilated place to let the wound callous. It will take a couple of days. Thenceforth, you can put them on the soil to wait for them to grow roots.
Primary color: pinkish-orange, pinkish-purple
Secondary color: Green, light green.
Cold hardiness: USDA zones 9-12(20°F-60°F)
Product format: rooted in 2" nursery pot.
Suitability: balcony, window
Propagation: leaf, cutting, behead