Succulent Gardening: The Art of Nature

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Echeveria Lauii

Echeveria lauii is one of the most attractive of the Echevarias. It's origin is Oaxaca, Mexico. It has a very fine waxy blue-white bloom on all the leaves. It is very symmetrical and pretty whether or not it is in flower. Their Flowers are a pink-orange. It is best not to touch the leaves or you will have fingerprint marks imprinted on the edge of a leaf. Water moderately from March to September. As always allow them to dry out between waterings. Over the winter in a cool and ventilated environment and keep plants dry, Hardy to about 26 degrees fahrenheit. Need a full sun position but tolerate light shade (Shrivelling up and falling of leaves along with leggy plants may indicate low light levels... this means that it is necessary to increase the amount of light gradually over a few days to a week) Propagate by seeds. When you repot, you can take some of the bottom leaves and try rooting them. You can also take from the flower stem. Not one of the easiest species to make rooting as many of such a cuttings will dry out without producing a plantlet, but with perseverance it is likely to get a few new plant.
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