About the Echeveria Phoenix Fire
Echeveria Phoenix Fire stands out as a truly unique succulent, boasting short and plump spoon-shaped leaves. The back of the leaves exhibits subtle elevations, and the tips are adorned with sharp edges. In its thriving state, the foliage transforms into a striking red hue, adorned with irregular blood spots that appear as though painted on. The overall color palette of the plant leans towards shades of orange-yellow, resembling a burning ember. The waxy surface imparts a smooth, glossy appearance, making it a remarkably beautiful succulent worthy of collection.
How to Care for Echeveria Phoenix Fire
Lighting: Echeveria Phoenix Fire thrives with a minimum of 6 hours of indirect sunlight or under the care of grow lights. If you wish to explore the optimal state of Echeveria Phoenix Fire, provide ast least 8 hours of direct sunlight as possible.
Temperature: Capable of withstanding temperatures between 40-95℉, the optimal range for Echeveria Phoenix Fire is 60-75°C for its prime condition.
Watering: It is recommended to water in the evening when spring to summer, following the soak and dry watering principle.
Soil and Potting: Succulents thrive in well-draining soil. For 2-inch succulents, a recommended mixture is 1:1 potting soil and perlite. Utilize pots with drainage holes.
Primary color: green; yellow
Secondary color: red; pink; orange; white
Cold hardiness: Zone 9b-11b
Product format: 2'' pot
Suitability: balcony, Window, Garden
Special characteristic: rich color variations