This is a nice houseplant, ideal for those difficult positions like the window-sill above a radiator.
Echeveria are popular rosette-shaped soft succulents with a remarkable pastel color palette. The rosettes can grow to the size of a dinner plate , Their rich diversity of colors, shapes, and sizes will add to any project.
Temperature: Echeveria are cold hardy down to 20F-30F . They can tolerate light frost, but should not be kept at consistently below-freezing temperatures. Gardeners in all regions, however, can enjoy Echeveria year-round as indoor plants – just be sure they’re given plenty of direct light.
Lighting preference: Echeveria need a lot of light to thrive and show their best colors, so indoor plants need to be kept near a sunny window, sometimes with supplementary grow lights. Outdoor plantings can take full to partial sun; extra shade will protect them from scorching in peak summer afternoon heat.
Electrical lighting: enjoys a warm, sunny spot. It Loves Sun .The more light it gets, the more leaves will develop!
Irrigation of water: : Echeveria thrive on deep, infrequent watering with enough time between for the soil to fully dry. Water the soil directly (not the leaves) and for potted plants, be sure to use containers with drainage holes. Watering frequency can vary greatly, so look to the plant and soil for signs of needing more or less frequent water.
They will not tolerate standing water, so choose a sandy soil like cactus/succulent potting mix.
Humidity: It is Not recommended to spray the leaves