Written by Maggie
Dec 07 2020
Succulent Echeveria Fabiola is a horticultural hybrid succulent belonging to the Genus Echeveria in the Chloridaceae family.The plant looks like Yamato, but the leaves are emerald green with fine red lines around the edges. So how to grow and care for Echeveria Fabiola? Let's read and learn together!
The method of Succulent propagation is generally to chop off the head and shoot the baby cuttings and leaf cuttings. The cut plants can be directly cut into the dry granular soil, and a small amount of water can be supplied after the roots are rooted. It is very easy to cultivate horticultural varieties. Leaf cutting method is take a complete full of leaves, in the shade to dry the wound (generally directly remove the blade in the soil surface, leaves the wound without contact with the soil), and then placed on a slightly damp soil, it will slowly sprout, after use to process is a little long. But you can get a lot of small lateral buds, lateral buds to grow up and remove cuttings.
Echeveria Fabiola needs a sunny and cool, dry environment, half shadow resistance, afraid of waterlogged, avoid muggy, is a cold season growth. In summer heat it comes into dormancy, From autumn to summer of the second year is the growth period (flower of different environment, growing period also have length). When we grow and care for Echeveria Fabiola, inadequate illumination can make plant leaf margin red will slowly fade into green; Plants grown in sunny places, on the other hand, tend to be short and strong and have compact leaves.
Echeveria Fabiola can withstand a low temperature of around minus 4℃, which is the indoor temperature, but not the outdoor temperature. When we grow and care for Echeveria Fabiola, if the growing point on the top of the blade is lower than the outdoor temperature, frostbite will appear, and the blade will dry up and die. The water will be cut off in the whole winter, and the water will start to be cut off slowly when the temperature is below 5 ℃. In summer high temperature, whole plant grows slow or stop completely. At this time it should be ventilated good and shade appropriately, avoid isolation, abstemious water, and cannot be rained for a long time, or the Echeveria Fabiola will rot.