-About Echeveria 'Blue Bird' (4 inch)-
Echeveria' Blue Bird' (4 inch) is a succulent of the Echeveria genus in the Crassulacea family. The leaves can be tighter and pinker when the sunlight is sufficient. The leaves are thick, and the back of the leaf is slightly arc-shaped and convex. The tip of the leaf gradually becomes sharp, the tip of the leaf becomes red easily, and the leaf surface has a farina.
-How to care for Echeveria 'Blue Bird' (4 inch)
Soil/watering: Echeveria' Blue Bird' (4 inch) does not enjoy hot and humid conditions and soil, so choosing loose, breathable soil is better. When watering, please protect the farina from water because the farina can protect the plant from scorching sunburns, pests, and diseases.
Sun: Echeveria' Blue Bird' have high sunlight requirements. Even in the hot summer, it can withstand full light because of the farina, so it will grow even if put in the sun.
Temperature: To protect it from frost and low temperatures (lower than 25°F), try to keep it indoors during winter since Echeveria' Blue Bird' (4 inch) is not hardy.
Propagation: It is simple to propagate the 'Blue Bird' plant by cutting from the mother plant using 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.
Other tips: 'Blue Bird' is lovely but easy to "turn flat". Here are some tips to prevent it. First, provide them with sufficient light and control moisture. Except for extremely hot weather in summer, provide it with at least 8-10 hours of sunlight every day. Second, choose a well-draining soil (increase granular soil) to allow excess water to drain as quickly as possible. Third, use scissors to cut off the unattractive leaves near the bottom.
Primary color: blue/grey
Secondary color: red/blue
Cold hardiness: 10 (from 30F to 40F)
Suitability: balcony, window
Propagation: leaf, cutting, beheading
Product format: 4" pot