-About Echeveria Conch-
The Echeveria Conch is a type of succulent plant from the Crassulacea family and belongs to the Echeveria genus. The plant is arranged in a rosette type, with thick, ovate, sharply pointed leaves, leaf tip leaf margins are easy to red, and the leaf surface has dark lines. Depending on the season and the conservation environment, the color of the E. Conch will be different, it may be red as a whole, or the whole plant may be green.
-How to care for Echeveria Conch-
Sun/Temperature: Echeveria Conch prefers sufficient sunlight. It needs a substantial amount of sun to thrive. In spring and autumn, it needs at least 4-5 hours of direct sunlight daily. In hot summer, if the temperature is higher than 95°F, do not let it be exposed to the midday sun. It is best to keep it under shade cloth to prevent sunburn; when the temperature is below 41°F, it would better be moved indoors with plenty of sunlight, such as a windowsill.
Soil/Watering: For optimal growth, it's recommended to plant Echeveria Conch in soil that has proper air circulation and drainage. Add particles to the soil, such as peat and coconut peat, and the proportion of particles can be higher, which is more conducive to ventilation and drainage so that it is not easy to rot the roots. When the water flows out of the drainage hole, it is time to stop watering. You should stop watering when water starts to flow out of the drainage hole and only water next time when the soil has completely dried out . Water when it is as warm as possible in winter to prevent frostbite of the succulents. Do not water after exposure to the hot sun in summer, which can easily lead to the death of succulents.
Propagation: Propagating it by leaf is a perfect way. Break off the thick leaves that grow well during the growing period, place them on moist sandy soil, and put them in a cool and ventilated place. In about ten days, it will grow roots.
Primary color: RedSecondary color: GreenCold hardiness: USDA zones 9-11 (20°F-50°F)Product format: rooted in 2" nursery pot.Suitability: balcony, window
Propagation: leaf, behead