How to grow Echeveria pulidonis

Written by Maggie

Sep 13 2021

How to grow Echeveria pulidonis

The breeding of Echeveria pulidonis requires more than 7 hours of light every day. The watering frequency in the growth stage should be once every 7 days, and oil cake fertilizer should be applied once every 3 weeks. The growth temperature should be controlled between 5℃ and 28℃.

Echeveria Pulidonis

Echeveria Pulidonis Home farming method

1. Lighting requirements

The growth of Echeveria pulidonis is dependent on light. The light time should not be less than 7 hours per day. Sufficient light will make the leaves full and shiny, and the plants will be compact and more beautiful.

2. Water and fertilizer management

When watering in the growing stage of Echeveria pulidonis, please remember not to get too wet. Water should be watered every 7 days, and the soil should be in a moist state. In winter, water should be properly reduced, and watered every 3 weeks or so.

3. Suitable temperature growth

The temperature should be controlled in the domestic breeding methods and precautions for Echeveria pulidonis. The temperature most suitable for the growth of echeveria pulidonis should be between 5℃ and 28℃. In winter, the temperature should not be lower than -5 ℃, otherwise the roots and leaves will suffer frostbite.

Echeveria Pulidonis

Notes for Echeveria Pulidonis breeding

1. Flowering period curing

Echeveria pulidonis needs to consume a lot of nutrients at the flowering stage, so fertilization is needed at this time. Compound fertilizer containing phosphorus and potassium can be applied twice throughout the flowering stage, so as to supplement the nutrients missing from Echeveria pulidonis and make the flowers bloom more charming and beautiful. After fertilization, the flowers need to be watered until the soil is wet.

2. Prevent diseases and insect pests

Summer is the season of Echeveria pulidonis diseases and insect pests, so qw must pay attention to the daily observation. When Echeveria pulidonis roots are prone to root knot nematode, we need to use disinfectant soaking roots half an hour, then in replant soil, pests and if not serious. We also can use the old soil, and before using, it should be placed in the sun exposure.

Echeveria Pulidonis