Echeveria ‘Pulv-Oliver’

Appearance and Size

Echeveria ‘Pulv-Oliver’ is a stunning succulent shrublet that can grow up to 1 foot (30 cm) tall. It forms rosettes of light green, hairy leaves with red tips, giving it a unique and textured appearance. The leaves are thick, fleshy, and pointed, tapering to a narrow base. They are densely covered with short soft white hairs, adding to the plant’s beauty.

Flower Color and Blooming Time

In late spring and summer, Echeveria ‘Pulv-Oliver’ produces bell-shaped flowers in clusters at the top of leafy stalks. The flowers are reddish-orange on the outside and yellow on the inside. This hybrid has particularly large flowers due to its Echeveria harmsii parentage.

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If you’re concerned about the safety of your pets and family members, you’ll be relieved to know that Echeveria ‘Pulv-Oliver’ is not known to be toxic to cats, dogs, or humans. However, it’s always a good idea to supervise pets and children around any plants, just to be safe.

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If you want to expand your succulent collection and propagate Echeveria ‘Pulv-Oliver’, there are a few methods you can try:

  1. Leaf Cuttings: Most Echeveria species, including ‘Pulv-Oliver’, can be easily propagated from leaf cuttings. Simply take a healthy leaf from the plant and place it in well-draining potting soil for succulents. Keep the soil lightly moist and wait for a new plant to sprout from the leaf.
  2. Stem Cuttings: Another propagation method is to take stem cuttings from the plant. Cut a healthy stem and let it dry for a few days to form a callus. Then, plant the stem in well-draining soil and water sparingly until it develops roots.
  3. Seeds: While less common, you can also propagate Echeveria ‘Pulv-Oliver’ from seeds. Sow the seeds in well-draining soil and keep them lightly moist. It may take some time for the seeds to germinate and grow into mature plants.

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Remember to provide the right conditions for your propagated plants, including bright light, well-draining soil, and careful watering habits. With proper care, you can enjoy a flourishing collection of Echeveria ‘Pulv-Oliver’ succulents in no time.

Want to know how to care for it?

Succulents generally have the same requirements which you can find in our comprehensive care guides below!

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