Fortunately, ‘Letizia’ propagates easily from stem cuttings. Use a sharp, clean knife to lop off the rosette, leave to dry 3-5 days, then transplant in gritty, well-draining soil to re-grow roots (more info).
Then, how do you take care of Sedeveria?
Plant sedeveria succulents in well-draining soil in a sun-dappled location. After that, you can basically forget about them, other than to enjoy their year-round rosettes. Don’t water your sedeveria plants too much and, in areas that get some rain, don’t irrigate them at all.
In this way, how do you care for Lety’s Sedeveria?
Lety’s Sedeveria prefers the soil to go dry before you water it. This rule is not difficult to follow, considering that the plant is growing in a small pot with little soil that will dry out quickly. You will need to provide the young succulent with about one inch of water every week.
How do you care for a Letizia succulent?
According to Letizia information, they are only slightly frost tolerant and a hard frost will kill them. Like most succulents, Letizia is drought and heat tolerant. The plant requires very little irrigation to thrive. Be sure that you install Letizia sedeveria plants in well-drained soil.
When growing Chroma echeveria, use a succulent/cactus potting soil that is porous and well-draining. Be sure that the container has adequate drainage holes. Situate the succulent in an area with plenty of light. As the lower leaves dies back, be sure to remove them, as they can be havens for pests such as mealybugs.
Planted in the landscape, your Sedeveria may not need to be watered at all. They may do well with natural rainfall. During times of drought, you should provide a thorough watering on an approximately weekly basis. When kept indoors as a potted succulent, use the soak-and-dry method of watering.
Add a little stress to the plant in the form of drought, full sun, or cool temperatures and watch the leaves turn a brilliant red. The new rosettes set close to the base while older rosettes can rise above on an up to 8-inch tall stalk.
To maintain its coloration and tight rosette shape, this variety prefers bright light. Excellent airflow around the leaves, along with porous soil in a well-draining pot, will help protect the plant from rot or pests, as will avoiding pouring water directly into the rosette.