-About Echeveria Goldfish-
Echeveria Goldfish is a small type of Echeveria Genus in the Crassulaceae family. Its pink leaves are thick and rounded on the front and back and look cute. The tip of the leaf is pointed, which is easy to turn red. When it thrives, leaf tips tend to be darker than the rest. Each leaf is like a round little goldfish.
-How to care for Echeveria Goldfish-
Soil/Watering: Echeveria Goldfish is a drought-tolerant succulent and does not need to be overwatered. Wait to water the succulents until the soil has dried out; it likes dry and ventilated soil, so you can add particles into the soil to let it has good air and water permeability. Generally, the proportion of the particles is not higher than 70%, which helps the succulents not get their roots rotten.
Sun: Echeveria Goldfish loves a warm environment. It does not like exposure to the sun because it is easily sunburned in summer. So please keep it in a semi-shaded place and let it receive plenty of indirect sunlight.
Temperature: The succulent plants can typically survive in areas where the average winter temperature doesn't drop below 50°F, which is equivalent to USDA zone 9a. If the temperature is below 50°F, please move it indoors to prevent frostbite.
Propagation: Since Echeveria Goldfish has thick leaves, leaf is a good propagate way to it. Dry thick and plump complete leaves for 3 to 5 days to let the wound scar, then insert them obliquely or lay them flat in the soil so that their base is tightly integrated with the soil. After spraying water, it is placed in a semi-shaded place to keep the soil semi-moist, and soon roots will grow at the base, and young parts will grow.
Primary color: Red, pinkSecondary color: GreenCold hardiness: zone 12Product format: rooted in 2" nursery pot.Suitability: balcony, window, garden
Propagation: leaf, cutting, behead