Smet was the first grower of this plant. Spikes of orange-red flowers in summer. Excellent rock garden plant. Tender soft succulent – will not tolerate frost. Great for living wreath or wedding.
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Fertilization: Moderate fertilization levels are required. Fertilize the crop weekly with 1-1ppm nitrogen, using alternate a calcium nitrate fertilizer and a potassium balanced fertilizer (N: K2O-ratio: 1:5). In the beginning of the growth period fertilize the main portion of nitrate and later in . Echeveria does not tolerate frost.
The rosettes gradually change colour, with the younger (inner) leaves initially a powdery silver and as the leaves mature, . I like to do mass plantings of echeverias in. Characteristics: Temperature: Hardy to 25F. Appreciates less water in Winter so if you have a lot of Winter rainfall make sure this plant gets good drainage.
De echeveria peackockii is een vetplant en behoort ook tot de familie van Crassulaceae. Deze echeveria heeft vlezige blauwgrijze bladeren die gedrongen rozetten vormen. CORRECT NAME FOR THE PLANT HITHERTO CALLED ECHEVERIA PEACOCKII.
Notify me when product is in stock. Mexican Hens and Chicks. It bears pale orange pink waxy bells along 5-elongating stems in a summer. With a species name like that, this plant has a lot to live up to.
Fortunately, it more than succeeds. You first notice the otherworldly silvery-blue color of the leaves. Plant nursery San Diego with specialty succulent plants. Find the right succulent for landscaping.
Stunning silver blue with purple highlights color makes this easy to grow succulent a must have for any collector. Easy and fast growing it will quickly form colonies and spill out over the pot edges.