How to Care for and Cultivate Echeveria Agavoides 'Floriana'

Echeveria Agavoides 'Floriana' is a succulent plant belonging to the Crassulaceae family, belonging to the Graptopetalum genus, a medium to large-sized horticultural hybrid variety, part of the Dongyun series.

Characteristics: The plants are arranged in a lotus-like pattern, with green, egg-shaped, thick, sharply pointed leaves. The leaf tips and edges turn red easily. Depending on the care environment, the plant's condition varies. In different environments, the leaves can turn mostly red or green.

Habitat: Prefers a warm, dry, and well-lit environment, with strong drought tolerance and a preference for loose, well-drained soil. Pay attention to insulation when the temperature drops below 5°C and provide shade when it exceeds 30°C.

Mature Size: Medium to large.

Leaf Shape: Triangular to egg-shaped.

Condition: Changes may occur due to season, sunlight, temperature difference, etc.

Sunlight: In spring and autumn, exposure to sunlight can enhance color. It can be exposed to open air when the leaves are plump.

Soil: In the early stages, a mixture of peat soil and perlite can be used, while later stages require soil with a higher proportion of granules.

Suitable Temperature: Between 10°C and 30°C.

Unsuitable Temperature: Below 5°C or above 30°C.

Propagation: Leaf insertion, beheading, division.

Suitable Planting Locations: Balconies, window sills, terraces.