Written by Maggie
Feb 03 2021
Echeveria Lola is a very ornamental plant due to the beautiful color of its leaves. It is often used as room decoration in daily life to add a sense of vividness to a closed space. How to grow and care for such a beautiful Echeveria Lola? Let's look down growing Echeveria Lola care.
In terms of basin soil, echeveria lola prefers loose and breathable soil. Therefore, when we grow and care for Echeveria Lola, we can choose to use peat with pumice granules, peat and pumice in the ratio of about 1:1 mix into the flower pot, which can enhance the permeability of the soil. Finally, we need to cover the surface with clean pumice stones to separate the plants from the soil.
You can water more in spring and autumn. However, as a result, many succulent plants are accustomed to summer winter dormancy, bringing about summer winter when the plant grows sluggishly. It is OK to pour water in the root moderately at this moment, but can not use spray water, also cannot water too much water, which can cause rotten leaves and bacteria to breed otherwise. But when we grow and care for echeveria lola in summer, when the temperature is above 35 degrees Celsius, the water must be cut off. Of course, in the winter when the temperature is below 0 degrees Celsius to prevent it from freezing, the water has to be cut off. If the leaves do not touch water for a long time, there will be a layer of white powder, which is a normal phenomenon.
Echeveria Lola likes dry, shady Spaces to grow in. The temperature of Echeveria Lola should be kept in the proper range because the growth state of Echeveria Lola can be the best in the range of 0~30℃. When we grow and care for Echeveria Lola in the hot summer months we need to take measures to reduce the temperature, put the plant in good air circulation, but also the temperature, not strong sun. Echeveria Lola is at its best in spring and autumn when the temperature difference between day and night is large and it can be placed outside.
The light-loving Echeveria Lola can be sunbathed all day in spring, fall and winter. In spring and autumn sunshine also should ensure grace. It can be grown indoors in winter. When we grow and care for Echeveria Lola in the hot summer, pay attention to not too much exposure to it, it can be moderate to reduce the light, in the noon when the sun is the strongest move it into the room. Of course, you can also build a small "pergola" to protect it from the sun.
Summer is the most difficult and critical period for conservation; Especially in hot and humid, the plant is the most easy to rot or breed pests and diseases. Plants grow slowly at this time. When we grow and care for Echeveria Lola in summer, in order to avoid rot, breeding bacteria, we should reduce watering, above 32 degrees and high humidity stop watering. Avoid exposure, do not have to completely move into the room, but can pull a sunshade net. Pay attention to ventilation.
The minimum tolerance of 2 degrees Celsius. When we grow and care for Echeveria Lola in winter low temperature, it should be moved to the plant insulation in the sun room, or placed indoors in the sun.