In lots of sunlight, many will get pink or red color on leaves. Just make sure you don’t exposed them to strong light suddenly if they are in low light most of the time (that could happen with taking them in & out when weather is good). If you do, they could get sunburn.
Also, how do you care for LAUI succulents?
Avoid watering Echeveria laui again until the soil starts drying out. Avoid keeping this plant soaking wet at all times. Feed Echeveria Laui with controlled-release fertilizer at the start of the growing season or opt for a weak liquid fertilizer to feed weekly.
Graptoveria are hybrid crosses between Graptopetalum and Echeveria. Due to this mixed parentage they form a diverse genus, but most are low growing, cultivated for their beautiful shapes and colours. They produce stemless, clump-forming rosettes with thick leaves.
Also know, how fast do Echeveria LAUI grow?
Echeveria ‘Laui’ is slow growing with blue-grey-white powdery leaves and peachy-rose flowers, grows to 15cm but can take many years.
Are succulents supposed to turn pink?
Most succulents are green in color, but some varieties can turn shades of red, pink, or purple when stressed.
Why is my succulent changing colors?
Succulent plants will often change their color because of stress. Stress sounds bad, but it is perfectly normal and encouraged if you want that color to pop. Succulents change colors because of 3 variables: Water, Sunlight, and Temperature.
What color is the Echeveria LAUI?
Echeveria laui is best identified by its usual pale color, that’s a mixture of pink and white. It can also be peach in color, which is a color that doesn’t stray away much from the pink-white mixture. Blue is a color that it might assume as well. Its leaves are known for being shaped like rosettes, chubby ones.
How do you plant Echeveria LAUI seeds?
To encourage germination, gardeners place their pots with the Echeveria seeds in a tray filled with water. This setup allows the soil in each pot to absorb water from the bottom. The tray is placed in a location with bright but indirect light at a temperature around 65 degrees Fahrenheit (18 degrees Celsius).
What soil is best for Echeveria Subcorymbosa?
This plant belongs to a family of succulents, so it doesn’t need too nutritious a base for growth. The optimal substrate mixture for growth should contain garden soil, sand, pebbles, broken brick pieces… If you add a small amount of hummus then you don’t even need to fertilize it.