-About Echeveria Morning Dew-
Echeveria Morning Dew is a succulent of the Echeveria genus in the Crassulacea family. It has chubby, cupped, lime-green leaves that will turn pink when it thrives. The leaves form a compact rosette that is plump and beautiful. Echeveria Morning Dew's origin has always been a mystery, but judging by its appearance, it is likely that it has the genes of Echeveria Pulidonis.
-How to care for Echeveria Morning Dew-
Sun/Temperature: Like most Echeveria succulents, Echeveria Morning Dew loves sufficient sunlight. The more sunlight it has, the more beautiful it will grow. When the sun is very strong in hot summer, it is better to move it under the shade cloth or on the windowsill where there is plenty of indirect sunlight to prevent sunburn. Do not place it outdoors in winter if the temperature is below 32°F.
Watering: If you detect wrinkles on the leaves, it indicates it needs more water. When the water flows out of the drainage hole, it is time to stop watering. And do not water when the soil is not completely dry.
Propagation: Echeveria Morning Dew can be propagated with ease by using its plump leaves. Choose mature leaves from the bottom of the plant and let them dry in a well-ventilated area until the wound has calloused over, which takes several days. Next, place the leaves on the soil surface in a container and wait for the roots to develop.
Primary color: Red, Light brownSecondary color: GreenCold hardiness: USDA zones 9-11 (20°F-50°F)Product format: rooted in 2" nursery pot.Suitability: balcony, window
Propagation: leaf, behead