Written by Maggie
Feb 19 2021
Echeveria Orion is a succulent plant of the genus Lycophagus in the Chrysanthemum family. The leaves are spatulate with a small tip and are closely arranged in a lotus shape. One of the stone lotus species belonging to the constellation, is a larger stone lotus species. The leaf blade of Echeveria Orion is spatulate, the front end has a small tip, assuming the lotus shaped close arrangement. The reason why Echeveria Orion is so popular is that it turns dreamy red and slightly transparent at the fronds. With its wrapped flowers and pink-blue to tile-green leaves, Echeveria Orion adds a lot of color to the constellation of succulents, especially in the fall and winter months. Echeveria Orion blooms in late spring with spikes and small orange bell-shaped flowers.
Echeveria Orion likes sunshine, resistance to half shade, avoid wet, artificial breeding survival rate is high.
Light: Echeveria Orion likes light, is drought-tolerant and does not tolerate cold. The growth season can be full sunshine, with a cool season growth, high temperature dormancy habit in summer, moderate ventilation and shade in summer. Winter temperature below 5 degrees should be gradually cut off the water, into the indoor bright window sill place winter, to prevent frost. In the Echeveria Orion growing season, keep the pot soil moist, summer does not cause pot soil water, to prevent the rot of plant roots.
Echeveria Orion has a very high success rate of leaf insertion. A healthy leaf can often spawn more than N young, and side heads can also be cut from the bottom of Echeveria Orion for reproduction.
Propagation of Echeveria Orion: It can be made from leaves and cuttings. Leaf planting and cutting techniques.
Leaves inserted reproduction: the long robust leaves of Echeveria Orion are cut off, flat on the prepared medium, must not be inserted into the leaves, which will let the leaves become rotten, which will affect survival.