Sedeveria Markus

Sedeveria Markus

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  • Sedeveria Markus, a stunning succulent from Korea. It features long, key-shaped leaves with obliquely pointed anterior segments, smooth adaxial surface, boat-shaped dorsal surface. These leaves are mostly green, blush red or even copper under stress.
  • Like other soft succulents, Sedeveria Markus requires indirect bright sunlight to maintain the color and shape form. In spring and fall, it can be placed outdoor to get full sunlight. Shade is required in summer to avoid sun burn. In winter, protection from frost is needed.
  • To ensure the health of succulents, they need porous, well-draining soil to live in. To create an adequate cactus mix, simply add pumice, perlite, or grit to cactus soil to provide the proper drainage. Succulents require little watering, but don't like to sit in wet soil. The best way of watering is soak and dry method. Water thoroughly when soil is dry.
  • Primary color: green/lime
  • Secondary color: orange/copper
  • Bloom color: white
  • Cold hardiness: zone 10a-11b(from 30F to 50F)
  • Product format: 2" pot
  • Suitability: balcony, Window, Garden
  • Propagation: stem cutting
  • Special characteristic: easy to propagate

 

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Courtney
Succulent addict here

I have probably bought a hundred of these. I fill with aquarium rocks for my orchids and if any plant is sick, these can just be recycled.

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Courtney
Succulent addict here

I have probably bought a hundred of these. I fill with aquarium rocks for my orchids and if any plant is sick, these can just be recycled.