Pack of 6 exotic succulents
PACK OF 6 EXOTIC SUCCULENTS
- Echeveria – This genus of succulent plants is extremely popular as ornamental succulents. They are drought-resistant, evergreen plants. Echeveria sp. produces offsets from which can be propagated. The plants possess thick fleshy leaves arranged to give a rosette-like appearance.
- Chocolate soldier (Botanical Name: Kalanchoe tomentosa) – This succulent plant is characterized by the presence of small thick leaves with a red lining in the leaf margin.
- Saw Blade (Botanical Name: Dyckia brevifolia) – The leaves are thick and arranged in a compact clump with small bristles on them.
- Tree stonecrop (Botanical Name: Sedum dendroideum) – These are a group of small succulent shrubs with small thick leaves.
- Canary aeonium (Botanical Name: Aeonium canariense ) – It is an attractive succulent with velvety leaves arranged in layers like the petals of a rose.
- Jade Plant (Botanical Name: Crassula ovata)- It consists of thick small leaves at alternate positions.
HOW TO TAKE CARE OF SUCCULENTS -
SOIL: Well-drained soil is best for succulents. Pots must have holes in them to drain off any excess water.
WATER: Watering can be done only when the top soil becomes dry. Overwatering should be prevented. Watering can be done directly in the soil. Spraying on the leaves can be avoided.
SUNLIGHT: Proper exposure to light is needed. Soon after planting, 2-3 hours of exposure to the direct sun should be provided followed by keeping them under the indirect Sun.
FERTILIZERS: Any water-soluble light fertilizer can be used during the growth stage of the succulents or during the summer months of March to July.
HOW TO DO REPOTTING IN POTS: Succulent roots are fragile, so repotting should be done very carefully. A well-drained sandy pot mixture should be used for repotting. Water them 3-4 days before the day of repotting. As a general rule, repotting can be done every 1-2 years.
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Succulents will be without pot and in bareroots condition to avoid any damage during transition.