Written by Maggie
Dec 07 2020
The Echinus Maximilianus has tiny leaves. Some say it looks like silver ingots, others say it looks like a heart, very cute. Recently, a flower friend asked me how to raise Echinus Maximilianus and what questions to pay attention to when breeding. Let's take a closer look at the world of Echinus Maximilianus.
The soil is breathable, which is basically the same as any other Succulent plant.
Echinus maximilianus grows rapidly and can be done as long as the water does not accumulate in normal times. The focus is on summer, because echinus maximilianus will hibernate in summer and it is easy to die in this season. Here are the highlights of the Echinus Maximilianus summer:
Echinus Maximilianus is generally using cutting propagation, taking healthy old branches and cutting them into the breathable and slightly moist soil, which is very easy to root. The survival rate of cutting in spring and autumn is very high.