Echeveria setosa

Echeveria 'Emerald Ripple' (S)

$14.95

In a delightful solid apple green, Echeveria 'Emerald Ripple' is an attractive succulent with it's fleshy leaves forming pleasing circular rosettes. These thick spade-shaped leaves have a petite tip, that after getting lots of sun might take on the slightest blush. Though small in size, in ideal warm conditions, Echeveria can grow quite well. Look out for a flower spike come summertime, which can bloom in bright whites, yellows, and pinks. Easy to care for, requiring mostly sunshine and little water, Echeveria 'Emerald Ripple' remains a favourite succulent for a reason!

CARE TIPS

Like most succulents, it is best to keep this plant in a sunny spot or in partial shade. This drought tolerant plant doesn't need a lot of watering so let the soil dry out between the waterings. As 'Echeveria' grows and sheds older leaves from the base, remove the spent leaves to prevent build up that could attract pests.

growth CARE LEVEL
Easy
water WATER
Infrequent Watering. Allow soil to completely dry between watering
sun LIGHT
Direct Sun, Indirect Light

size PLANT SIZE
30cm x 30cm

pet PET FRIENDLY
NO
air AIR FILTER YES



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