The painted echeveria is an incredibly beautiful plant with multicolored foliage. Deep green rosettes with vivid red markings along the leaves give it a ‘painted’ effect.
Dull yellow flowers with pinkish red hues bloom in the summer, give it an attractive appeal.
Comes in a 4" garden pot
Indoors: It should ideally get a few hours of direct sunlight during the early morning or early afternoon sun.
Outdoor: does best with a combination of partial shade and full sun.
Water every 1-2 weeks
The truth is that a cactus plant isn’t poisonous to your pets, and it is perfectly fine to have this exotic plant around them. Nonetheless, you need to make sure that they don’t eat the cactus plant since you don’t want to take such risks. Animals are naturally curious which means that they can easily smell and try to taste every plant that you grow.