Echeveria agavoides Honey Pink
Echeveria agavoides Honey Pink
Echeveria agavoides Honey Pink
Echeveria agavoides Honey Pink
Echeveria agavoides Honey Pink
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Echeveria agavoides Honey Pink

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You will receive the exact succulent as pictured here. Succulents make great gifts for amateur, casual gardeners as well as green thumbs!

Echeveria is a plant genus of about 150 species of ornamental garden plants in the stonecrop family (Crassulaceae). They are typically rose-shaped with broad fleshy leaves with waxy, velvety, or powdery surfaces and are often iridescent, sometimes red-edged when exposed to sunlight. Echeverias are popular among collectors for their compact symmetrical leaf rosettes, prominent stalked inflorescence (flower cluster), and variety of colors and sizes.

👩‍🌾 CARE
• Succulents love indirect sunlight and good drainage.
• Water: Only when the soil feels dry. Do not water the leaves. Make sure the pot has a hole at the bottom to drain water.
• Temperature: Does not tolerate temperatures below freezing. Cover your succulent with a sheet or light blanket if there is frost.
• Flowering: In winter to early spring, it produces dark pink bell-shaped flowers
• Choose a highly porous soil (not compost or wood) such as one that contains pumice, zeolite, and perlite
• Make sure they get good air circulation, such as from wind or a fan
• They are not meant to be indoor plants
• Usually not toxic for animals

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