Echeveria ‘Mebina’ Group

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n the open-air curing environment, once the temperature is higher than 35 degrees, the plants need to be moved to the bright scattered light and slowly cut off the water.The whole summer dormancy period less water or no water, to mid-September after the temperature drop can resume watering.Female chicks adapted to the open air can still grow normally in summer, dormancy is not obvious.If the temperature can be maintained above 0 degrees in winter, it can be supplied with water, and the water will be cut off below 0 degrees, otherwise it will be easy to frostbite.


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