Written by Maggie
Dec 14 2020
Echeveria Simonoasa is a common carnivorous ornamental plant in the family. Generally, the plants will not die after flowering, but they will consume most of the nutrients. It is better to cut off all the residual flowers and dead stems to reduce the consumption of nutrients.
After each flowering, echeveria simonoasa could be pruned appropriately, which could effectively promote plant growth and reduce nutrient consumption. All the remaining flowers and dead stems could be cut off, and all the stems and leaves growing useless and affecting aesthetics should be cut off, so as to concentrate nutrients in the root system. With attention to ventilation, growth could be restored.
Since Echeveria Simonoasa needs to consume a lot of nutrients after flowering, sufficient fertilizer should be applied at this time. The fertilizer is mainly the mature cake fertilizer water, which should be applied about once every two weeks. After the germination of new shoots, 2 ~ 3 times of thin compound fertilizer should be applied appropriately, with an interval of about one month, which can improve the soil fertility.
Echeveria Simonoasa grows faster in a sunny and warm environment. After flowering, the plants can be kept outdoors in a sunny place. The temperature should be controlled around 18 ~ 28℃.