One of the most charming members of the Echeveria genus is the Echeveria Rondo, otherwise known as the Echeveria pulidonis. It’s a gorgeous, evergreen succulent that forms into a rosette. They are often characterized by their green blue or pinkish leaves with a tinge of red at the edge of each leaves. Its most beautiful colors resurfaces when the succulent is well stressed.
Light: Being part of the Echeveria genus, this plant thrives best under direct sunlight. They can tolerate full partial shade but may etiolate when the plant isn’t receiving enough light. They are best placed by the windowsill, the balcony or the roof.
Water: An echeveria typically has smaller and thinner roots, being a succulent, they also store water in their leaves. This plant is also used to desert climate. Because of this, they are quite sensitive to overwatering. The best way to water this plant is to only give it a drink when the soil is completely dry. You can choose to soak these plants, allow them to drain and let them dry.
Pot: These plants can grow up to 20cm, horizontally and vertically. Ideally, you’ll want to keep them in a low pot however, any container is fine as long as it’s not too big. If you prefer to keep them at a manageable size on your desk, check out our collection of desk pots: https://potsforplants.ph/collections/desk-pots
Packing List: For courier shipment, plants will be shipped uprooted, and air-dried. If you're from Metro Manila and would want us to plant your succulent in your chosen pot, send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org with your plant and pots option.