-About Echeveria 'Peach Queen' Raindrop-
Echeveria 'Peach Queen' is a distinctive succulent with thick leaves that form a rosette shape. The leaves are not tightly packed, allowing each leaf to stand out. They exhibit a charming combination of green with delicate pink tones, especially along the edges, where pink is more noticeable. The leaf tips are well-defined and can transform into a vibrant pink or red shade during active growth, creating a visually stunning effect. The leaves also showcase a dense pattern of tiny dots and occasional tubercles, adding to its unique appeal. Echeveria 'Peach Queen' brings an elegant and captivating presence to any setting, with its eye-catching colors, defined leaf tips, and intricate leaf characteristics. Enjoy the beauty and distinctive charm of Echeveria 'Peach Queen' as it enhances your succulent collection.
-How to care for Echeveria 'Peach Queen' Raindrop-
Sun: Echeveria 'Peach Queen' Raindrop is a succulent plant that basks in bright, indirect sunlight. It's best to keep it close to a window that receives plenty of sunshine if you're keeping it indoors. If you're placing it outside, choose a spot that's partially shaded or provides the sun shade. It's essential to avoid exposing this plant to direct sunlight as it can cause sunburn to the leaves, resulting in unsightly discoloration. And the sunshade will protect the succulents from getting too much rain in summer.
Soil: Use succulent soil or cactus potting mix to provide excellent drainage for live succulents. They usually contain a combination of organic matter, like peat moss or coconut coir, and inorganic materials, like perlite or pumice. The proportion of the particles can be 50%-80%, which is very helpful for drainage.
Temperature: Echeveria 'Peach Queen' Raindrop is not a cold hardy succulent, that prefers warm temperatures. Ideally, maintain a temperature range of 60-75°F. Please protect it from cold temperatures during winter by moving it indoors or providing adequate warm cover for outdoor growing.
Watering: To ensure the optimal health of your Echeveria 'Peach Queen' Raindrop, it is recommended to water it deeply but sparingly. To prevent the possibility of root rot and excessive moisture, it is advisable to let the potting soil dry out completely before watering again. The frequency of watering should be determined based on environmental factors like temperature, humidity levels, and the water-holding capacity of the soil.
Propagation: Echeveria 'Peach Queen' Raindrop can reproduce through leaves or offsets. Leaf involves carefully removing a healthy leaf, which should then be left to dry for a few days until calluses develop. Once the calluses have formed, the leaf can be placed on soil with effective drainage. Offsets, also known as "pups," can be detached from the main plant and planted in their own containers with soil that provides good drainage. You may get free information by clicking SUCCULENT PROPAGATION if you want to know more about succulent propagation.
Primary color: Green or grayish-green Secondary color: Peach, pinkCold hardiness: USDA zones 9-11Product format: 2" nursery pot, rootedSuitability: Container gardening, succulent arrangements, rock gardens
Propagation: Leaf, offsets