Sedum Rubrotinctum 2 Inch | 3 Inch Pot
Product Code: APRSRUB
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Sedum rubrotinctum Popularly known as Jelly Beans. Green grapes like leaves with a red spot on the edges.
Sedum Rubrotinctum also is known as jelly beans form green and red bubble shape leaves.
|Plant||The Plant is available in 2" and 3" size. It is as per the selection while placing the order|
|Pot||The size of the pot is as per the plant selection|
|Soil Mix||The plant soil is a mixture of cocopeat, red soil, vermiculite and slow-releasing fertilizers.|
In general, succulents are
packed and sent just like any other plants. In some special cases, where the
ornamental plants' leaves are very delicate and have the chance of rotting. In
such case, the plant is uprooted, and their roots are dried and packed
separately along with Soil Mixture and Pot. Many people ask how bare-root
succulents can survive for 7-8 days without water. The answer is succulents are
hardy plants which store the water in fleshy leaves, stems or roots and survive
without water for days during the transportation. And we take utmost care of
the plants during the packing to minimize the leaves damage during
Potting Mixture - The potting mix should consist of Red Soil, Perlite and Sand/Pumice and Cocopeat in the
equal proportion and additional Vermiculture/Cow Dung Manure.
Pot Size - The ideal pot size
shall range from 2 Inch to 4 Inch. The succulents have shorter roots, so they
do not require bigger pots. Once the roots are grown in smaller pots it creates
root bonding which helps in faster growth.
Watering - Watering succulent
plants should not be very frequently. They should only be watered once when the
soil is completely dry.
Pesticide - In general, mealybug
is the enemies of the succulents. Movento can be used once in a weak. Read
instructions carefully before use.
Fertilizer - 19-19-19 water-soluble
shall be used once in 15 days.
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