Echeveria 'Subsessilis' or "morning beauty plant" is a beautiful succulent with blue, green, and grey rosette, spoon-shaped leaves with light pink edges on them. You will see a waxy coating on its leaves known as farina, which helps protects this succulent from sun damage. A fairly fast growing succulent, the rosettes can grow up to 4 inches in diameter. In the spring, this succulent will also produce beautiful yellow-orange flowers, making this succulent look even more attractive.
Included in Purchase: You will receive 1 (2 inch) Echeveria Subsessilis 'Morning Beauty' succulent. This succulent will be shipped bare rooted without planting pots. Free shipping 1-3 days is included for every single order.
Can be grown indoors or outdoors.
Primary Colors: Grey, silver
Secondary Colors: Pink, blue, green
Cold Hardiness: Zone 10 (30F)
Light: Full sun, partial shade
Height: 3 inches
Rosette Size: 3-5 inches
Not cold hardy.
Echeveria Subsessilis 'Morning Beauty' Care
Echeveria 'Subsessilis' must get enough sunlight so it can produce its beautiful colors and so it can avoid etiolation. It's also very important that you don't give this succulent too much sun, too much sun could harm the leaves. It's best to give it at least 6 hours of sunlight every single day, as well with some partial shade to avoid sun damage. Indoors or outdoors, this succulent will grow very happy and healthy if given enough sunlight.
Fast/well draining succulent soil is very important when growing the Echeveria 'Subsessilis'. Fast/well draining succulent soil will help grow this succulent healthy and also avoid root rot. Overwatering causes root rot and this succulent will easily get overwatered if you don't use fast/well draining succulent soil. It's also very important to use a succulent pot with a drainage hole so the excess water can drain out the bottom of the pot. This also helps prevent overwatering and root rot.
When watering the Echeveria Subsessilis it's very important that you don't overwater it and only water it 1-2 days a week. Overwatering will cause mold and bacteria to occur, allowing root rot to attack the roots of the succulent. Watering 1-2 days a week is the perfect amount. Make sure to avoid overwatering and underwatering, keep track of the exact last time you watered the succulent.
Echeveria Subsessilis Propagation:
You can propagate the echeveria subsessilis through stem cuttings or leaves. Propagating this succulent is very easy to do, you just must make sure that you let the cuttings or leaves form a callus after cutting. This is very important simply because the cuttings or leaves will not root without a callus. After cutting wait about 2-3 days or until a callus forms.
After a callus forms then go ahead and plant the cuttings in fast/well draining succulent soil. Water right away and then grow them in full shade for 1 week. After a week pasts then go ahead and move them to full sun. As weeks go by you will start to see roots growing and the plant growing healthy. For more information you can check out our article 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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