Echeveria tolimanensis


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Echeveria tolimanensis is a unique succulent that forms a short-stemmed, usually solitary rosette of powdery, dark green to yellowish-green or somewhat purplish leaves. The rosette can reach up to 20 cm in diameter. The leaves are fleshy, curved, almost cylindrical, and tend to drop easily. They are up to 9 cm long, 2.2 cm wide, and 1.2 cm thick.

Flowers are bell-shaped, coral red, more yellow towards the apex, and appear on tall, arcing stalks in summer.

The echeveria ‘haagai tolimanensis’ grows slowly all year long when given warmth and sufficient sun, however, its growing season is most prominent during the spring and summer months.

Watering Needs

Your echeveria ‘haagai tolimanensis’ does not need to be watered very often. On average, you should water your succulent about once a week in the heat of the summer (more if it’s scorching) or check every two weeks (especially when indoors). It is important to make sure that the soil has had time to dry out completely before watering again. Overwatering can lead to root rot, so it is important to be careful not to water too often.

Sunlight Needs

Echeveria ‘haagai tolimanensis’ needs full sun to partial shade to grow properly. If you live in an area with a hot climate, it is best to provide some afternoon shade so that the plant does not get too much direct sunlight. It needs bright, indirect sunlight or full sun for at least six hours per day to maintain its color and shape. If the leaves start to stretch out or the color starts to fade, it is an indication that the plant is not getting enough sunlight.

Soil Needs

The echeveria ‘haagai tolimanensis’ needs well-draining soil to keep the roots healthy. Soil that drains slowly can lead to root rot. You can either purchase succulent soil or make your own by mixing potting soil, perlite, and coarse sand.


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