The Echeveria Subsesilis, a succulent variety, is a chubby little boy with well-defined silver-green leaves growing in perfect rosettes. A boy band of him along with his family and friends is the recipe for a perfect indoor garden. All these plants ask for is sunlight in the mornings, and watering once in a while and that is enough for them to live long and prosper.
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P O T S I Z E :
Height : 7cm
Color : White
Material : Plastic Self Watering Pot
V I T A L S
Bright indirect sunlight
Water once a week
Where to grow
Fertilizer/ feed for the plant:Good news! The Echevaria Subsesilis plant doesn't really need feeding. But if you still notice that he needs a pick-me-up, opt for a liquid fertiliser.
Repotting : You need to repot the Echeveria plant only when necessary. While repotting, change the soil completely, ensure to shake most of the old soil from the roots also.
Propogation : The Black Prince plant with happily propagate from leaf cuttings. Place a single leaf in a cacti mix and cover until roots sprouts and then continue to pot it.
1. Why are my Echeveria leaves turning translucent and mushy?
Overwatering Echeveria plant will cause rot to start setting into the roots and the leaves turning translucent and mushy.
2. How often should I water my Echeveria plant?
Water the Black Prince plant only when the top of the soil is completely dry.
3. Why are my Echeveria leaves shrivelled up and dried?
Severe under watering causes the leaves of Echeveria plant to shrivel up and dry.
Style and Décor
Style and Décor
Light Requirements :Echeveria plants require 5-6 hours of direct sunlight so as far as light requirements go, the more the merrier.
Locations :The best location for the Echeveria plant is a sunny spot where he can bask in the morning and some afternoon sunlight.
Styling/decor tip :Create a Zen garden in your home in an area with access to direct morning sunlight and plant a cluster of Echeveria and other complementing plants or succulents that require direct sunlight and little water for that artistic patch of green.