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Posted 1M ago by @NewToSucculents

What do I do????

I just bought this Echeveria and he has the beginning of a flower but, I moved him from outside where it is hot and humid, to inside with air conditioning and I’m not sure if this change will stop the flower from growing… what can I do to help it survive inside? Should I mist it, or water it (I haven’t watered it yet bc I got it yesterday, I think I might tomorrow)… any suggestions? #Echeveria #succulent #SucculentLove #SucculentSquad
4” pot with drainage
Last watered 1 month ago
Best Answer
@NewToSucculents Welcome to the Greg community! When you water your succulents, soak the soil mix until water runs out of the drainage holes. Don't use a spray bottle to water your succulents—misting can cause brittle roots and moldy leaves. Here’s a link to a website that has more info on succulent/Echeveria care: https://www.thespruce.com/how-to-grow-echeveria-4778458#:~:text=Depending%20on%20the%20size%20of,more%20frequently%20than%20in%20winter. Happy growing
Hi there. Indoors it may grow alot slower just try to have it in an area where it still has much light.
Ok thanks!
Tysm!!!!
@NewToSucculents Thank you so much. I just noticed that you awarded me with the Best Answer, that just made my day. And it means so much! I’m so happy that I could help, as succulents are some of my favorite plants.