Echeveria ‘Atlantis’

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Echeveria ‘Atlantis’ Care Guide

Growing Season:
Summer

Dormant Season:
Winter

echeveria atlantis or peaches and cream rare succulent

About Echeveria ‘Atlantis’

Echeveria ‘Atlantis’ is a gorgeous hybrid succulent created by famed hybridizer, Renee O’Connell. 

With its wavy edges, you can see how Echeveria ‘Atlantis’ got its name! Its leaves are a glaucous blue-green color and can handle a good amount of direct sunlight each day. As with all Echeveria species, Echeveria ‘Atlantis’ needs lots of light to keep its compact rosette shape. 

In the cooler months, when you hold back water, Echeveria ‘Atlantis’ takes on the most beautiful peachy pink tones on her edges. One nickname for this that you might find in your searches is ‘Peaches and Cream.’

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Echeveria ‘Alfred’

Echeveria 'Alfred' succulent plant care guide and identification card
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Echeveria ‘Alfred’ Care Guide

Growing Season:
Summer

Dormant Season:
Winter

About Echeveria ‘Alfred’

Echeveria ‘Alfred’ is known in Korea by the name Echeveria ‘Moon Fairy’ so you might have more luck finding one by that name. I had no idea it was rare, but apparently it is and I have one! 

Echeveria ‘Alfred’ has light green, glaucous leaves with an indentation down the middle of the leaves which gives the rosette a really neat spiral effect when you take a step back and look at it from a distance. 

The parentage of Echeveria ‘Alfred’ is hybridhybrid A variety of succulent created from crossbreeding two different types succulents of E. elegans and E. pulidonis which totally makes sense to me. I can see both parents in this rare hybrid! 

As with all other Echeveria species, Echeveria ‘Alfred’ or ‘Moon Fairy’ is one succulent that loves lots of light. If acclimated properly, it can handle full sunfull sun direct sunlight for at least 8 hours of the day and will keep its compact rosette shape. 

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Echeveria chihuahuaensis

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Echeveria chihuahuaensis Care Guide

Growing Season:
Summer

Dormant Season:
Winter

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About Echeveria chihuahuaensis

Echeveria chihuahuaensis has one of my favorite color combos – mint green and magenta. Its smooth leaves come to a sharp magenta point. If left untouched, it looks like the texture of fine porcelain.

Unlike most other Echeverias, Echeveria chihuahuaensis looks best in the cooler months. I have no idea why, but in the few years I’ve owned them this has been the case year after year.  I’m thinking that the cooler temps and less water brings out her beautiful stress colors. 

It tends to bloom in the Spring and Summer so be on the lookout for beautiful pink flowers on long inflorescences then.

Be sure to keep air flowing around your Echeveria chihuahuaensis. The leaves are tightly packed on top of each other and any moisture caught between the leaves will cause it to rot. 

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Echeveria affinis ‘Black Knight’

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Echeveria affinis ‘Black Knight’ Care Guide

Growing Season:
Summer

Dormant Season:
Winter

About Echeveria affinis ‘Black Knight’

Echeveria affinis ‘Black Knight’ is a dramatic rosette shaped succulent with dark leaves that are practically black when given enough light. The leaves are a lighter green towards the base and the pointy tips are light yellow. 

Since Echeveria affinis is native to the warm/milder climate of Mexico, they are not cold hardyhardy Able to withstand most climatic conditions all year without protection, often qualified with a minimum temperature and should be brought inside for the winter and placed under strong grow lights to maintain its deep color. 

They can be prone to mealy bugs, so preventative treatment with a systemic insecticidesystemic insecticide distributed systemically throughout the whole plant. When insects feed on the plant, they ingest the insecticide. will keep those bad bugs at bay.  

Be sure to remove any dried up leaves at the base of your Echeveria ‘Black Knight’ so that bugs don’t have anywhere to hide. Removing the dried up leaves also improves airflow around your plant, reducing the likelihood of root or crown rot. 

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Sempervivum calcareum

sempervivum calcareum cold hardy succulent plant care guide and identification card
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Sempervivum calcareum Care Guide

Growing Season:

Summer

Dormant Season:

Winter

Common Name: Hen & Chicks, Houseleek

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About Sempervivum calcareum

Sempervivum calcareum is a cold hardyhardy Able to withstand most climatic conditions all year without protection, often qualified with a minimum temperature succulent that can survive outdoors in freezing winter temperatures. Like most other Sempervivum, it likes full sunfull sun direct sunlight for at least 8 hours of the day or bright shade and cannot tolerate deep shade. It should be kept outdoors, if at all possible, as it does not do well indoors. Sempervivum calcareum looks amazing in rock gardens as well as in containers. 

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