Written by Maggie
Dec 07 2020
Echeveria Setosa succulent plant, the first impression is that it is furry.It is crassulaceae Parasitoids, is a typical mountain succulent plant, plant childhood acaulescent, adult plant lateral bud, easily spread strains. The stem leaf is green, densely white hairy, in bright light and temperature increases. The blade tip and margin will appear red or purple. Some are called "bear's paw" florists to youth.Today, we are going to learn the curing method of succulent Echeveria Setosa!
Echeveria Setosa likes warm, sunny places, tolerates half shade, without obvious dormant period.In summer maintenance we should pay attention to the sun shading and ventilation in high temperature.
Echeveria Setosa is drought resistant and is generally watered when the soil is dry .Especially in winter, too much water will lead to roots easy to rot and die.In summer high temperature, also do not water, or the base of the leaf will be yellow atrophy.If it's open-air, it's even more beautiful in the rain.Echeveria Setosa almost does not hibernate throughout the year. In midsummer, it is ok to pay attention to ventilation and shading. The moisture content is about 2 times a month.
Pay attention to the Echeveria Setosa propagation of cutting head cuttings.Cut side branches or top branches from August to October, the length of 5-10 cm, inserted in the sand bed, about 10-15 days after rooting.After the cut is dried, insert or lie flat in the sand bed. Keep the sand bed slightly moist, and it will take root in about 20-30 days. Leaf insertion and reproduction are more difficult than branch reproduction.
Echeveria Setosa's soil requirements are not very strict, and we can use coal cinder mixed peat soil.