Written by Maggie
Dec 01 2020
The violet leaves make the Echeveria Perle von Nurnberg very ornamental.The Echeveria Perle von Nurnberg is a succulent plant with beautiful pink-purple leaves with white margins.The leaves are spirally arranged in a rosette.
The leaves of Echeveria perle von nurnberg are very bright in an environment with sufficient light and large temperature difference, but in the growing season (usually summer) or less light conditions the leaves are dark green or grayish green.Stems emerge from the leaves in late summer and early fall, producing purplish orange flowers.
Echeveria Perle von Nurnberg likes light, warm, dry and ventilated environment, light, drought resistance, cold resistance, shade resistance, indoor stuffy environment, strong adaptability, no sun exposure, no obvious dormant period. It prefers a cool, dry and sunny environment and well-drained sandy soil.
Echeveria Perle von Nurnberg mainly had cutting, plant division, leaf division and branch cutting.
Leaf insert: Spread the complete mature leaf on the moist sand, leaf face up, leaf back down. Do not need to cover the soil, put in the shade, about 10 days from the leaf base can grow lobular plexus and new roots, the root is buried in the soil, let it bask in the sun more in the future, appropriate water, gradually will grow into a sturdy new plant.
Cuttings can be used for tillering or top branch, the length of cuttings is not limited, but the cutting mouth should be dried, the lower leaves should be removed and then inserted into the sand bed to avoid excessive water evaporation. Generally about 20 days after planting root, root can be watered. Before rooting, the bottom leaf withers and atrophic is a normal phenomenon. The root system grows well and will recover naturally after adequate water absorption. The soil should not be too wet, or it will be yellow and rotten.When the root length is 2-3 cm, the basin can be changed. echeveria perle von nurnberg is best to divide plants in the spring.