Echeveria Culibra makes a great conversation piece due to the "wart-like" bumps that appear on a blue rosette. The rose color appears with more sun. This is a great collectors plant and easy to propagate as well!
☀️ Light: Morning sun, afternoon shade is best.
💧Water: Do not overwater! Water only when soil is completely dry, then wait a couple of days after that! Make sure the water drains out of the pot and there is not standing water at the bottom. Make sure to use a well-draining cactus potting mix with added Perlite.
🍼Food: 1/2 strength liquid fertilizer once during the growing season.
Ideally, Echeveria prefer at least 2-5 hours of direct or filtered morning sunlight with bright indirect sunlight throughout the day to maintain their compact rosettes and vivid colors. They will not survive a hard frost, but can be brought indoors to grow near a window sill receiving bright sunlight or under a grow light.
Like most succulents, they require well-draining soil and infrequent watering. Our plants are shipped bare-root so please prepare a pot, ideally with drainage holes, and fill with a well-draining cactus and succulent soil.