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Echeveria

Mexican Hens and Chicks

Echeveria Mexican Hens and Chicks
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Care Information

  • Site

    Will take full sun but if moving it there do it slowly if over the summer. Likes a free draining compost mix (add gravel, perlite, grit etc.)

  • Temperature

    Will not mind it warm and over the winter not mind down to 6-7C but water well when hot and keep dry when cold.

  • Water

    Use the temperature/time of year to water. When watering make sure its really well soaked 

  • Feeding

    Not needed to much. A half strength feed every six-ten weeks over the spring-late summer.

  • Tip

    Top dress the compost with a gravel/grit. 

Echeveria

Mexican Hens and Chicks

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For that sun drenched spot Echeverias are a wonderful small plant to grow. Easy and not fussy about the cold (keep it dry over the cold period)

Self Watering Container?
These plants are also available ready potted in one of our self watering containers (see container pictures below)... the price includes the plant, self watering system and container. All the plants will arrive all potted up with the self watering system installed, just unpack it and enjoy!

Already got a plant pot?
We also sell self-watering systems, which will fit into your pre-existing plant pot!

Self Watering Container?
These plants are also available ready potted in one of our self watering containers (see container pictures below)... the price includes the plant, self watering system and container. All the plants will arrive all potted up with the self watering system installed, just unpack it and enjoy!

Already got a plant pot?
We also sell self-watering systems, which will fit into your pre-existing plant pot!

Care Information

  • Site

    Will take full sun but if moving it there do it slowly if over the summer. Likes a free draining compost mix (add gravel, perlite, grit etc.)

  • Temperature

    Will not mind it warm and over the winter not mind down to 6-7C but water well when hot and keep dry when cold.

  • Water

    Use the temperature/time of year to water. When watering make sure its really well soaked 

  • Feeding

    Not needed to much. A half strength feed every six-ten weeks over the spring-late summer.

  • Tip

    Top dress the compost with a gravel/grit. 

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