Echeveria 'Dusty Rose' is a beautiful fast growing, medium sized rosette succulent with violet powdery leaves. The powder on its leaves is known as natural wax coating also known as farina. That coating protects this succulent from the sunlight preventing it from sunburn and other leaf damage. The more sunlight this succulent gets, the more bright and beautiful its leaves will look. This succulent will also produce offsets that only grow to about 8 inches, they are beautiful bell shaped orange flowers.
Included in purchase: 1 (2 inch) echeveria dusty rose succulent, bare rooted with no planting pots. Free 1-3 day shipping for every single order.
Can be Grown Indoors or Outdoors
Primary Color: Pink
Secondary Color: Purple/Black
Hardiness: Zone 10 (30F)
Maximum Height: 3"-5"
Propagation: Stem cuttings, leaves, seeds.
General Care for Echeveria Dusty Rose:
The echeveria dusty rose succulent is very easy to grow and care for. It's important that you give this succulent plenty of sunlight so it can maintain its colors and keep its beautiful rosette shape. We recommend at least 6 hours of sunlight every single day. This succulent isn't cold hardy, so make sure that you don't grow it in freezing temperatures because it will die. If your location gets to freezing temperatures don't worry, move this succulent indoors so it can survive and grow healthy and happy.
Make sure to use fast/well draining succulent soil when growing this succulent. Fast/well draining succulent soil is very important when growing this succulent and many other succulents. Fast/well draining succulent soil will help prevent overwatering and root rot. Also make sure to grow this succulent in a succulent pot with a drainage hole. A succulent pot with a drainage hole is very important because it will drain all of the excess water at the bottom, helping prevent root rot.
When watering this succulent you should only water it about 1-2 days a week. This is the perfect amount for preventing under watering and overwatering. If you start to see dry/wrinkled leaves then dig your finger into the soil, if the soil looks very dry then go ahead and water the succulent. Make sure to avoid getting water on the leaves. If water gets on the leaves of this succulent then there's a high chance that a fungus will occur. That fungus will eat the leaves and the leaves will fall. When this happens it will attract succulent pests such as mealybugs.
Echeveria Dusty Rose Propagation:
The echeveria dusty rose can be propagated from stem cuttings, leaves, or seeds. For stem cuttings make sure the end of the cutting forms a callus before planting. Once it forms a callus plant the cutting, water, and give it 3-6 hours of sunlight each and every day. Echeveria dusty rose propagation is very easy, check out our propagation article for more helpful information on how to propagate succulents.
All succulents will be shipped bare rooted without planting pots. This is a very safe and new way to ship live succulent plants without damaging them. They will be laying down secured in a tight box with tissue paper, paper towels, and some bubble wrap for sale travels. If you would like to receive the succulents with the pots and soil please leave us a message at checkout.
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