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Echeveria Nodulosa

Echeveria Nodulosa

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Echeveria Nodulosa is a special type of succulent with interestingly shaped, spreading stems. Its long, green leaves have dark purple lines and a slight curve. If you let it spread out, it can grow up to 8 inches tall, but with regular trimming, you can keep it in a neat circular shape. 

- Origin: Mexico
- Climate Zone: 10
- Hardiness: Tender soft succulent - susceptible to damage from frost
- Preferred Light: Filtered light
- Bloomtime: Summer
- Bloom Color: Pink

Watering Indoors: Instead of providing your succulents with frequent sips of water, it's better to give them a thorough soaking until water drains out from the pot's drainage holes. Ensure to remove any excess water in the saucer, as succulents dislike sitting in standing water. Allow the soil to completely dry out before watering again.

Watering Outdoors: During summer, water your succulents every two weeks, soaking them and letting the soil dry before watering again. In winter, water them once a month.

Technical Plant Information:

- Light Requirements: Requires bright light for most of the day or consistent dappled shade.
- Watering Schedule: Best to water every two weeks.

Plant Description

Echeveria Nodulosa is a special type of succulent with interestingly shaped, spreading stems. Its long, green leaves have dark purple lines and a slight curve. If you let it spread out, it can grow up to 8 inches tall, but with regular trimming, you can keep it in a neat circular shape. 

Specifications and Region

- Origin: Mexico
- Climate Zone: 10
- Hardiness: Tender soft succulent - susceptible to damage from frost
- Preferred Light: Filtered light
- Bloomtime: Summer
- Bloom Color: Pink

Water & Light Recommendations

Watering Indoors: Instead of providing your succulents with frequent sips of water, it's better to give them a thorough soaking until water drains out from the pot's drainage holes. Ensure to remove any excess water in the saucer, as succulents dislike sitting in standing water. Allow the soil to completely dry out before watering again.

Watering Outdoors: During summer, water your succulents every two weeks, soaking them and letting the soil dry before watering again. In winter, water them once a month.

Technical Plant Information:

- Light Requirements: Requires bright light for most of the day or consistent dappled shade.
- Watering Schedule: Best to water every two weeks.

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