Echeveria Pulidonis Profile

Written by Maggie

Sep 27 2021

Echeveria Pulidonis Profile

Echeveria pulidonis is a succulent (also called a polyplasma plant) of the genus Echeveria, which has thick and thin leaves. It is sunlight-loving and drought tolerant. Spring and autumn is its growth season. The leaves of Echeveria Pulidonis resemble a blooming lotus, and the color of the leaves is round and pointed with a faint bluish tinge. The Echeveria Pulidonis leaves turn a beautiful purplish red around and on their heads in low temperatures and all-day sunlight. Echeveria Pulidonis flowers at the end of spring and the beginning of summer. The flowers are bright yellow and usually have five petals. The following will introduce basic information about Echeveria Pulidonis Succulent and How to care for and propagation Echeveria Pulidonis.

Echeveria Pulidonis Picture

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Echeveria Pulidonis Morphological Features

Echeveria pulidonis leaves are spoon-shaped with red tips that turn red when exposed to plenty of sunlight. The whole plant is shaped like a lotus flower. The flowers are bell-shaped and yellow in color. Flowering in spring.

Echeveria Pulidonis is a succulent perennial herb. Leaves are spatulate, rosettes, pale green, margin red. The flowering period is from spring to early summer, flowers small, yellow.

Echeveria Pulidonis Habits

Echeveria Pulidonis is sunny and drought tolerant. Spring and autumn are the growing season. The suitable temperature for growth is 18-25℃, and the temperature in winter is not less than 5℃. It likes the sunny environment, also endure half overcast. Leaves that lack light turn green. Get adequate shade in summer. echeveria pulidonis likes more fertilizer, growing period fertilization once a month. Echeveria Pulidonis is resistant to drought, prefers a dry environment. In spring and autumn two seasons, maintain a slightly moist soil basin. In the summer when the temperature is high, reduce watering.

Echeveria Pulidonis Origin

Echeveria Pulidonis is native to Hidalgo: Beristain, Mexico.

Echeveria Pulidonis

How to Care for Echeveria Pulidonis

Echeveria Pulidonis Soil Care

When growing Echeveria Pulidonis succulent, the soil can be mixed with peat, coal cinder and vermiculite to produce loose, breathable and fertile soil. In order to make Echeveria Pulidonis grow better, remember to change the pot every spring, so that the plant can grow better.

Echeveria Pulidonis Lighting

Echeveria Pulidonis loves light. It is recommended to put it in the light when caring for Echeveria Pulidonis. If the light is enough, the tip of the leaves will turn red and the leaves will become fuller. Without enough light, Echeveria Pulidonis plants grow empty and their leaves fade. The Echeveria Pulidonis grows in spring and fall when giving it all daylight. In summer, avoid direct sunlight for Echeveria Pulidonis.

Echeveria Pulidonis Temperature Care

Echeveria Pulidonis prefers temperatures between 18 and 25 degrees. In spring and fall, the temperature is suitable for Echeveria Pulidonis growing. Echeveria Pulidonis should be kept in a cool, well-ventilated place with bright light but avoid strong direct sunlight.

Echeveria Pulidonis Watering

Echeveria Pulidonis is a succulent plant that grows better in slightly drier soil. Echeveria Pulidonis is drought-tolerant and afraid of over moisture. Therefore, it does not need to be watered too often and water when the soil is dry. Watering the echeveria pulidonis succulent too often leads to root rot and stunts its growth. The whole plant grows slowly or stops completely when it is a high temperature in summer. At this time, it should be well ventilated and properly shaded, avoid exposure to the sun, moderate watering, and not put outdoors when it rains for a long time, so as not to rot the plant. Decrease water in winter, and stop water when the temperature is 5 degrees below. During the time, the Echeveria Pulidonis leaves will be wrinkled, which is a normal phenomenon. When the temperature rises, the Echeveria Pulidonis will be restored to life after watering. Keep the soil moist but not stagnant during the growing season. During particularly dry seasons, we need to spray the Echeveria Pulidonis to increase humidity, but be careful not to spray directly on the Echeveria Pulidonis leaves, which can cause leaf decay.

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Echeveria Pulidonis Fertilization Care

In order to make Echeveria Pulidonis succulent grow better, some fertilizer can be properly added during its growth. Fertilize every other month or so in spring and autumn. Choose diluted fertilizer water, fertilizer as far as possible away from the leaf.

Echeveria Pulidonis Disease

Echeveria Pulidonis will have many root-knot nematodes in its roots under high temperature and humid conditions. As soon as the Echeveria Pulidonis disease is found, fill the roots with fungicides. If the infestation is serious, turn over the pot and replant the Echeveria Pulidonis.

How to Propagate Echeveria Pulidonis

Echeveria Pulidonis propagate in one of two ways. One is leaf cutting propagation. Plump Echeveria Pulidonis leaves are picked during the growing season and placed on the substrate surface, face up, to germinate roots soon after. Take root before planting. The second is to use the method of division propagation, combined with pot replacement at the same time. Break off the Echeveria Pulidonis by hand when changing the pot, dry the wound and plant in new pot soil.