-About Echeveria The Next Gardener Pink Sea-
Echeveria The Next Gardener Pink Sea is a live succulent belonging to the Crassulaceae family and the Echeveria genus. The exclusive brand of succulents from The Next Gardener boasts a stunning pink hue on its leaves, with a slightly curved and spoon-shaped form. E. Pink Sea grows into a rosette shape, with leaves forming a tight cluster around the center, reaching up to 6 inches in diameter. E. Pink Sea maintains its vivid pink coloration throughout the year, generating clusters of small, bell-shaped flowers atop tall, wiry stems during its blooming season in late spring to early summer. In addition, E. Pink Sea has a smooth, fleshy texture to its leaves and a slightly powdery coating. Echeveria The Next Gardener Pink Sea is a striking addition to any succulent collection, with its distinctive pink color and rosette form.
-How to care for Echeveria The Next Gardener Pink Sea-
Sun/Location: E. Pink Sea requires bright but indirect sunlight to thrive. Place this cutie in a location where bursts of sunshine have at least 4 to 6 hours of sunlight per day. It may be necessary to provide a shade net to prevent the leaves from burning during the scorching summer months. Supply artificial lighting to ensure that it receives adequate light in freezing winter.
Soil/Pot: E. Pink Sea requires a well-draining soil mix to prevent waterlogging and root rot. Blend 50% succulent or cactus potting mix into 50% perlite, pumice, or coarse sand to make this cutie thrive. This mixture will provide good drainage and aeration while catching enough moisture to sustain the plant. Repot in spring or early summer to upgrade the porosity. When repotting, gently loosen the potting soil around the roots and remove any damaged and dead roots before planting in fresh soil.
Watering: Watering E. Pink Sea requires some attention to prevent overwatering, leading to root rot. Thoroughly water the plant until the water drains out of the pot's bottom, and then allow the soil to dry out before next watering. It is adaptable to water in the morning and avoids getting water on the leaves.
Humidity: E. Pink Sea prefers a dry climate and low-humidity environments. The ideal humidity range for this cutie is 30%-50%. For humid areas, it is crucial to ensure this plant is well-ventilated and avoid misting it with water.
Propagation: E. Pink Sea propagates through leaf cuttings or stem cuttings. E. Pink Sea is a slow-growing plant, so be patient when propagating and growing new plants. Additionally, it's important to avoid overwatering during the propagation process, as this can cause the cutting to rot.
Primary color: Green
Secondary color: Orangish, Reddish
Cold hardiness: Zone 9a-11b(From 20F to 50F)
Product format: 2" pot
Suitability: Balcony, Window, Rock Garden, Container, Terrariums
Propagation: Leaf, Cutting, Beheading
Special characteristics: Easy to propagate, Low maintenance, Pet Safe