‘Blue Burrito’, Sedeveria, Sedeveria Blue Burrito, 4in Potted Plant, Echeveria peacockii x Sedum morganianum
4in Potted Plant
Name: Sedeveria ‘Blue Burrito’
Family: Echeveria peacockii x Sedum morganianum
Pale blue succulent leaves and pink tips dons a mature succulent of this variety. A hybrid between an echeveria and sedum, Blue Burrito grows tall stems while maintaining good leaf coverage. This variety also re-roots easily from any fallen or plucked leaves. Easy care and low maintenance.
Height: 5-6 in (15 cm (rosette height)) 9-12 in (30 cm (bloom stem))
Hardiness: USDA Zone 10
Flower Color: Pink
Growing Instructions: Low Water, Moderate light
Water only once soil becomes dry, any pots should also have proper drainage. Well-draining soil should also be used, cactus mixes are good and often contain extra perlite and sand. Roots should not remain saturated for extended periods. A weekly watering during the growing seasons (Spring/Summer) and less often during the dormant period (Winter) is usually more than enough water. Bright indirect light is preferred, although they will tolerate a shady area – although they may stretch more. Fertilize with ½ strength during the growing season. Cuttings and leaf plantings should be given several days so they can callus over before watering so they do not intake too much water and rot. Avoid freezing temperatures, ideal temperatures are above 60° F (15° C), although they will tolerate lower temperatures.
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