If you are new in the plant-lovers world, then you might already know that succulents are the perfect beginner-friendly plants that you should start with.
They are so different, and there are so many types in various shapes, different shades of green, with our without tiny blossoms on them.
But the most important thing is that they are easy to grow (and hard to kill). So, even if you are a newbie, there’s no doubt that you’ll easily get along with them.
Let the low maintenance of these plants give you the courage you need to start your new hobby and your succulent journey!
Get To Know The Echeveria Flowering Succulent
A fun fact about the Echeveria flowering succulent is that it is indeed a forgiving plant for those born with the brown thumb gene.
This colorful succulent is unusual in shape. And it will probably remind you of some version of tiny, micro strawberries.
At first glance, the resemblance is more than obvious, which makes this succulent so adorable. One look is more than enough for you to fall in love with it. And you’ll probably want to buy one for yourself – I feel you, and I would totally do the same!
In the beginning, each flower that sprouts looks similar to a small strawberry that is just beginning to grow.
Moreover, every flower that sprouts will vary in between colors. Of course, this means that you could expect baby pink, purple, red, light green, or even orange colors to appear in your flower.
After the tiny flowers reach their full blooming phase, their flowers open.
If you rooted for the small strawberries, then this might come unexpectedly. But it’s true, the succulent’s small flowers will change, and they will start looking like small tulips on a vine.
Maintenance And Requirements
There’s no need to panic that you will not succeed in growing and tending to this succulent.
Just keep in mind that succulents don’t need anything but your love.
Okay, they need sunlight so you’ll have to place it on a warm and sunny windowsill. And last but not least, don’t forget to keep the hydrating to a minimum. Succulents don’t need too much water, and minimal watering days will do the job.
Just don’t forget to water your Echeveria flowering succulent from time to time. Put a reminder on your phone and enjoy your beautiful view!