Pictured above are some succulents that I saved and rooted for one of my brides. This is about seven weeks after the wedding.
The next step is to move these plants to a larger pot or to a well drained area in the garden that receives about 4-5 hours of sunlight. In our area (Raleigh, NC), they will benefit from a little shade during the hottest part of the day.
I like to keep the different varieties separated because some are more vigorous than others and will overtake the pot or area where they are planted. The echeveria will need to come indoors and be placed near a bright sunny window once the temperatures get cold since it is not winter hardy. Be sure that all plants are provided a well drained planting area as wet soils will cause them to rot.
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