-About Echeveria Simulans-
Echeveria Simulans is a unique succulent plant of the genus Echeveria in the family Crassulaceae. This plant is rosette-shaped, with ovate to obovate leaf blades, while the tip of the leaf is mucronate. The leaf margins are finely pleated, thin, and have a translucent white edge. The pale green rosette would turn pink with proper sunlight and temperature stress.
-How to care for Echeveria Simulans-
Sun: During the spring and fall growing seasons, adequate light will cause Echeveria Simulans to wrap more compactly while making its leaf margin ruffles visible. Echeveria Simulans will have a spread-out center and a poorly defined ruffled edge if not given enough light.
Soil/Pot: To grow Echeveria Simulans, it's best to use loose, well-drained cactus soil and a plant pot with drainage holes. Since this succulent grows relatively quickly, picking up a larger pot is recommended to promote better growth.
Watering: To promote stronger root growth, it is recommended to water Echeveria Simulans thoroughly during the growing season rather than frequently drip water. As a summer dormant grower, this plant prefers little water each month, and it can even go without water. If you have potted plants outdoors, providing a rain cover is best to avoid them sitting in the rain for too long. This can help prevent fungal diseases and plant rot.
Primary color: green
Secondary color: pink/red
Bloom color: rose pink
Cold hardiness: Zone 10a (Minimum 32°F)
Product format: rooted in 2'' pot
Suitability: Window, garden, balcony
Propagation: leaf, seed
Special characteristic: pet safe