Written by Maggie
Nov 03 2021
Echeveria 'Takasago No Okina' stem is stout, Indus leaves densely arranged, rounded, margin big wavy buckling. So how to grow Echeveria 'Takasago No Okina? What do I need to pay attention to when propagating Echeveria 'Takasago No Okina'? Please read along with me with questions!
Echeveria 'Takasago No Okina' can dispense with fertilising during the summer.
The rest of the summer was short or dry, keeping the soil slightly dry, and when the temperature cooled in mid-September, watering resumed. The open-air Echeveria 'Takasago No Okina' managed to grow normally during the summer, requiring little apparent dormancy. Take care not to get caught in the rain or it will rot away.
Echeveria 'Takasago No Okina' is a large plant. It requires transplanting every 1-2 years as growth occurs. The diameter of the plant is 1-2 inches larger than that of the plant to promote growth.
Echeveria 'Takasago No Okina' reproduction is performed year round by branch and blade insertion.
Echeveria 'Takasago No Okina' shows no visible signs of illness or disturbance.
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