Written by Maggie
Mar 09 2021
For the breeding of Echeveria Secunda Var. Glauca, the temperature should be between 15 ℃ and 25℃. Shade treatment should be done in summer to ensure the soil is in a moist state and avoid water accumulation. If the temperature drops in winter, it can be maintained in the indoor ventilated and bright place to provide sufficient light. Make Echeveria Secunda Var. Glauca's turning and changing soil in time to enhance soil permeability and promote the continuous growth of branches and leaves.
Echeveria Secunda Var. Glauca likes warm environments, and keeping the ambient temperature between 15 ℃ and 25℃ can promote the continuous growth of echeveria secunda Var. Glauca. As the temperature rises in summer and the environment is dry, water can be sprayed in the air and on the leaf surface to cool and moisturize the leaves. In winter, if the temperature drops, it can be moved to the room for curing to avoid frostbite in low temperature.
Echeveria Secunda Var. Glauca leaves are thick, with good water locks and are not waterlogged, watering should be appropriate. Water thoroughly every time, and do not water until the soil is dry to avoid the accumulation of water that can cause root rot. The soil is kept moist in the summer and watered less in the winter when temperatures drop.
Echeveria Secunda Var. Glauca likes sunshine and dark environments, and the fleshiness will grow and affect its appreciation. Preserve Echeveria Secunda Var. Glauca in a well-ventilated and bright place to ensure fuller leaf growth. Summer light is strong, we need to do shading protection, for strong light will cause the sunburn of the leaves.
Echeveria Secunda Var. Glauca grows rapidly and needs to be changed in time to meet its growth space. Turn over soil in time, add loose and fertile soil, enhance the permeability of soil. Soil stiffens, Echeveria Secunda Var. Glauca root absorbs poorly, grows slowly, leaves shrink, and soil drainage is done well in the rainy season.