How to Care for and Cultivate Echeveria agavoides 'sirius'

Echeveria agavoides 'sirius' is in a state, with thick leaves and a slightly wrapped plant shape. The leaves are yellow-green with striking red tips. Compared to Echeveria agavoides 'sirius', the name Sirius might be more appropriate, as the bright red tips resemble the brightest star shining in the sky.

The growth habits and care methods of Echeveria agavoides 'sirius':

During the summer high temperatures, attention should be paid to shading, ventilation, and water control for Echeveria agavoides 'sirius'. Otherwise, black rot may occur. Avoid hot and humid environments, prolonged moisture in the potting soil, and water accumulation in the leaf rosettes. During the spring and autumn growing seasons, try to provide sufficient sunlight. With adequate sunlight, watering can be done thoroughly when the potting soil is about 70-80% dry. Avoid prolonged dryness, and in the rainy season, avoid prolonged exposure to rain to prevent leaf rot due to water accumulation. The soil mix for planting Echeveria agavoides 'sirius' can consist of loose and well-draining mediums such as peat/coconut coir and perlite, with a relatively high proportion of perlite. Leaf propagation of Echeveria agavoides 'sirius' is not easy and is recommended to be done in the spring and autumn seasons.

Growth habits of Echeveria agavoides 'sirius':

Soil: Prefers loose and well-draining soil.

Watering: Follow the principle of watering thoroughly after the soil has dried out.

Light: Adequate sunlight during the spring, autumn, and winter seasons, with shading, ventilation, and water control needed during the summer.

Temperature: Attention should be paid to shading, ventilation, and water control during the summer high temperatures to prevent black rot.

Propagation: Leaf propagation can be chosen as a method.