This article will discuss another beautiful hybrid between Sedum Cuspidatum and Echeveria Setosa Ciliata. This succulent is called Sedeveria Letizia. Generally, it is considered to be a small and low-maintenance succulent. Because of its beautiful physical appearance, Sedeveria Letizia is common in landscapes or container gardens.
Sedeveria Letizia Physical Appearance
This succulent is known for its glossy coating with apple-green foliage. It is rosette-forming and has a branching stem. The rosettes are typically small at around 2.5 inches in diameter. Sedeveria Letizia can grow up to 8 inches tall. What is interesting about Sedeveria Letizia is that the edge of the leaves turns red under stressful situations like harsh direct sunlight, drought, and cool temperatures. During the spring season, it produces tiny white star-shaped flowers.
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Sedeveria Letizia Propagation Guide
It can be propagated through stem cuttings. When propagating using this method, use a clean garden knife and allow your cuttings to be calloused for three to five days before replanting. These steps are necessary to ensure that you avoid any spread of existing bacteria on your succulent and remember to provide the proper soil mixture, sunlight, and water requirements.
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Proper Plant Guide
- Sunlight: It thrives under bright sunlight. Make sure that your Sedeveria ‘Letizia’ receives enough sunlight even indoors by providing artificial light or placing your succulent by the window so it is still accessible to sunlight.
- Watering: Check if the water is dry out before watering. Avoid overwatering at any cost, as most succulents do not recover from it. Proper watering frequency is crucial to overall health. It doesn’t need much watering as Sedeveria Letizia can survive drought. Ensure you avoid watering your succulent during its dormant period, which will cause more damage.
- Temperature: Sedeveria Letizia prefers a warm environment at around 30°F. If you place outdoors, try to place your succulent indoors during winter.
- USDA Hardiness Zone: 10
- Soil: Provide a well-draining soil mixture. You may buy potting soil at your local garden center or prepare your mixture by incorporating sand and other draining materials into your soil.
- Pot: Use a container with enough drainage holes. Proper drainage would allow the water to make its way out of the pot continuously and would prevent root rot and bacteria.
- Toxicity: Non-toxic. If you are a pet lover or a parent, there’s no need to worry about having your pets or kids around this succulent.
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