Written by Maggie
May 16 2022
How to grow and care for Echeveria Lilacina? In order to grow Echeveria Lilacina well, first of all, it is necessary to master the growth habits of Echeveria Lilacina succulent, and the requirements for soil, watering, lighting and temperature of Echeveria Lilacina. Only by understanding these conditions of Echeveria Lilacina can it be raised well. The following is how to grow and care for Echeveria Lilacina.
Echeveria Lilacina does not have high requirements for soil blending. When we grow and care for Echeveria Lilacina, generally, soil with good air permeability and drainage capacity is selected for soil blending, such as peat soil and granular soil at a ratio of 1:1.
The fleshy echeveria lilacina is very fond of light. When we grow and care for Echeveria Lilacina, if it is too light deficient, the Echeveria Lilacina may leave you alone. Adequate light Echeveria Lilacina leaves have small pink wavy edges, which can be easily pancaked in a lack of light.
Echeveria Lilacina is the growing season in spring and autumn. It can be watered more in sufficient sunlight, and it can be watered once when the soil is nearly dry. When we grow and care for Echeveria Lilacina when summer is hot and winter is cold, you should water it in moderation. After being dry, a small amount of water can be used to determine whether it is overwatered. You can refer to the leaf covering degree of Echeveria Lilacina.
When we grow and care for Echeveria Lilacina, Echeveria Lilacina should be properly shaded or placed in a cool, ventilated place if the summer temperature is over 30 degrees C. Too hot and the plants will die. After 35 degrees C, the water will be cut off and the plants will go to sleep.
If the temperature is above 0 ℃ in winter, the water supply can be normal. However, if the temperature is below 0 ℃ in winter, the water should be controlled. Otherwise, Echeveria Lilacina is prone to frostbite.
Echeveria Lilacina is no exception for succulent plants that struggle to survive the summer and winter.In summer, Echeveria Lilacina needs to be shaded and ventilated, watered with little or no water. When we grow and care for Echeveria Lilacina, pay attention to the rain season, avoid water in the basin. In winter, it is mainly to do a good job of insulation. If the temperature is kept high, you can water normally. If the temperature is below 0℃, you should reduce watering to avoid frostbite.