Plants are the most beautiful décor in nature, in our gardens, and inside our homes. They come in various shapes, sizes, and colors, and spread positivity and joy around.
What if you could bring all the colors of the rainbow in the home by planting one plant only? Have you ever seen rainbow succulents?
Succulents are among the most popular houseplants, due to their low-maintenance, and splendid look.
These versatile and convenient plants don’t require too much water, care, or attention, as they are drought-resistant and easily adapt to dry environments.
Succulents accumulate water in their leaves, stems, or roots, and these parts often look thicker, fresher, or more pronounced, as a result.
Succulents can be of various types, and the Rainbow Succulents are a fantastic addition to any garden or home.
According to the season, this irresistible rosette-forming succulent changes color. It blooms green and then turns pink, and throughout the process, the leaves fade gradually to lend a multicolor hue.
They overlap in solitary, up to 6 inches (15 cm) wide rosettes.
Plus, each plant’s pattern is unique!
According to World of Succulents, this variation of Echeveria is a variegated form of Echeveria “Perle Von Nurnberg.”
So, if you were quick to decide you want one, you can buy seed online, or you can purchase one already grown from the local plant shop or garden center.
The echeveria rainbow succulent plant grows slowly and does not exceed 12 inches in height or spread.
Place it in an area that gets lots of light, in well-drained soil. It prefers desert conditions, and too much water can encourage fungal diseases and rot. Make sure you regularly remove the dead leaves.
Repot it when needed, preferably during the warm season.
In this way, you’ll have your own, personal rainbow, at home!