Caring for echeveria agavoides.
When you water Echeveria, water the soil and not the rosette.
Pour on the water until it drains out the bottom.
Repeat this a couple times.
Then don't water again until the soil has dried out.
Once the threat of frost has past, gradually move them back outside in the spring.
They like full sun.
Do not keep them in the afternoon sun if it is very hot.
Echeveria, indoors or outside, dont like to be kept too wet, but they also dont like to be kept too dry.
Echeveria need soil that drains quickly. This helps prevent moisture from rotting the roots.
Getting a fresh change of soil every couple years will keep them healthy and growing well.
Use a slow-release fertilizer at the beginning of spring, or a liquid fertilizer diluted 2-4 times more than normal and used less often than recommended.