(Sedeveria) When you cross Sedum cuspidatum ? Echeveria setosa ciliata you end up with a stunning new succulent variety. Beautiful bright green petals form a 3″ rosette. 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. Sedeveria-letizia can easily be propagated by removing and replanting the older rosettes. Planted in full sun to part shade locations, we recommend watering once the soil is dry. Hardy in zones 9-11, you will want to bring your plants in once the temperatures drop. If using as a houseplant, you will want to place your Sedeveria-letizia in a window that receives bright light. We recommend watering when the top one inch of the soil is dry. Killing them with kindness is where some people go wrong. Succulents are easy to grow, just be careful to not overwater.
Common Name: Sedeveria
Hardiness Zone: 10What is my zone?
Exposure: Full Sun (+6 hrs.), Part Shade (4-6 hrs.)
Flower Color: White Shades
Soil Moisture Needs: Dry, Moderate
Attributes: Drought Tolerant, Succulent