Echeveria

Collection by Kerry Graham

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Most Echeveria are summer growers. Once established they can tolerate extended dry periods but will grow stronger if they receive adequate water during their growing season. Free draining, porous soil is essential to prevent root rot. Echeveria are shallow rooted plants and therefore benefit from good levels of organic matter in the soil. Good ventialtion is important for minimising pest and disease. Treat mealey bug and aphids regularly with Neem Oil. Protect from hot summer sun

E. decora from Rare Imports on 18.06.16

E. decora from Rare Imports on 18.06.16

E. rosularis from Rare Imports on 18.06.16

E. rosularis from Rare Imports on 18.06.16

E. agavoides? 'Jade Point' purchased from Dave on 13.08.15

E. agavoides? 'Jade Point' purchased from Dave on 13.08.15

E. 'Darley Dale' purchased 1.08.15

Zanthorrea Nursery

E. 'Darley Dale' purchased 1.08.15

E. Agavoides 'Red Edge' from Rare Imports on 18.06.16

E. Agavoides 'Red Edge' from Rare Imports on 18.06.16

E. ' Papa's Rose' crested purchased 13.08.15

Bunnings Warehouse

E. ' Papa's Rose' crested purchased 13.08.15

E. ' Ben Badis' purchased from Rare Imports on 5.09.15

E. ' Ben Badis' purchased from Rare Imports on 5.09.15

E. Chiuauaensis purchased from Rare Imports on 5.09.15

E. Chiuauaensis purchased from Rare Imports on 5.09.15

E. gibbiflora v carunculata purchased 15.07.15 from Dave and Carons Tropicals

E. gibbiflora v carunculata purchased 15.07.15 from Dave and Carons Tropicals

E. Hoveyii from CSSWA raffe on 14.02.16

E. Hoveyii from CSSWA raffe on 14.02.16

E. Domingo from Zanthorrea on 23.01.16 (one pup)

E. Domingo from Zanthorrea on 23.01.16 (one pup)