-About Echeveria Maze-
Echeveria Maze, a succulent of the genus Echeveria in the Crassulaceae family, has tapering leaves with red edges when it thrives, and the tip of the leaves are easy to turn red. And the cute leaves form a beautiful, rose-like cluster but are not so rounded and look pointy.
-How to care for Echeveria Maze-
Sun: Echeveria Maze requires a substantial amount of light to thrive. Plant your succulents on the east side of a building, tree, or another structure exposed to the morning sun in hot summer. Place your Echeveria Maze under a tree or shade cloth to receive in direct sunlight in the hot afternoon. In spring and autumn, you can give Echeveria Maze full sunlight to help it grow.
Soil/watering: During the growing season, it is necessary to water every seven to ten days, when watering Echeveria Maze, it is necessary to let the water flow out of the drainage hole under the pot. Watering it in winter can be selected in the middle of the day on a sunny and warm day, the water temperature should not be too low, and the purpose of this is to place moist soil freezing frostbite succulent root system. To prevent root rot, it’s important to plant Echeverias Maze in a soil that allows for good drainage and doesn’t retain too much moisture.
Temperature: This plant can survive in USDA zone 9a and can be grown outdoors as long as the average winter temperature doesn’t drop below 50°F.
Fertilizer/Repotting：Fertilizing Echeveria Maze regularly is not necessary because it's used to growing in soil that lacks nutrients. Most potting soils come with ample nutrients, which plants use to produce new growth. By the time your plant has depleted the nutrients in its soil, it's likely grown enough to need a larger pot anyway. To replenish its nutrients, repot your Echeveria 'Maze' after it grows too big to survive in such a small pot or once a year—whichever comes first.
Propagation：It can be easily propagated by leaf, stem cuttings, or offsets. To propagate a new plant, gently wiggle a leaf back and forth until it detaches from the main stem. It’s a good idea to propagate several leaves at once since not all of them will successfully grow into new plants.
Other tips: Regular pruning is usually not necessary for this plant. However, if it becomes stretched out and leggy due to insufficient sunlight, you can trim it back to maintain its appearance.
Primary color: Red
Cold hardiness: zone 9a (from 20-25°F)
Product format: 2" pot
Suitability: balcony, window
Propagation: leaf, cutting, behead