Echeveria pulidonis enjoys a warm, sunny spot.
This is a nice houseplant, ideal for those difficult positions like the window-sill above a radiator. Echeveria pulidonis will thrive on your patio or decking over summer too. This plant loves the sun!
The more light it gets, the more leaves will develop!
Echeveria agavoides - PlantEcheveria agavoides
Nice succulent with grey/green leaves that have a striking red tip. The plant grows in a rosette, is very decorative and easy to care for. Because the plant stores water inside its leaves, it only needs to be watered every 2 or 3 weeks. Now, that's convenient! Echeveria agavoides are beautiful in any sunny spot in your home. By the way, this succulent appreciates being put outside in summer - quite an eye-catcher on your patio table!Show more
Show moreWhat do I need?
- Watering can
- Plant food
Water the Echeveria (and not the plant itself) if the potting soil feels dry. Add a little plant food to the irrigation water in spring and in summer every now and then to give the plant some extra strength. The Echeveria loves being outside in the summer. Do put the plant inside before frost sets in as it isn't winter hardy. This plant loves warmth and sunshine. On the window sill or above the radiator will do just fine.
Show moreEcheveria originated in the warm, dry regions of Central and South America. It was named after Mexican botanist Atanasio Echeverria y Godoy.
Echeveria pulidonis is a classified as a succulent (Crassulaceae).