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51/100 Echeveria Perle Von Nurnberg Succulent Care Guide | A Hybrid Born In Germany #pvn


Hello, everyone! Welcome to Desert Succulents. And for today, We’re going to be talking about Pearl Wandering Bird It on Sakura Natto is another hybrid and it is a cross breed between and the other one is very, uh, gibby flora, Metallica. Unfortunately, I don’t have the actual succulent for our gibby flora, but pvn, our PVN is characterized as having these spoon-shaped nut leaves, and they usually overlap towards each other and it will not be giving us these beautiful looking na rosette. What’s interesting about this plant is its color because our pvn would be giving us a spectrum of blue gray or button, pinkish purple nut color. And if you will keep on moving our pvn, you would notice now parang. It is covered now or dusted with these white powder, and that is what we called our Prueinos Union Canyon Botanical term, and if you are familiar with grapes, sometimes they are coated with this parang white dish powder and that’s very similar in Ditosate pvns, and if you will be having a direct translation pangalan, it would now translates to pearl of Nuremberg, and that is very true. Kasinga young canyon leaves have this Param pearly appearance and this succulent will also be giving us you adding pink and yellow flowers. Our PV ends are also a short, no succulent and usually size is less than half a foot tall Hindi telegraph succulents, and this is very perfect to those major limited lung young karelang spaces, or if you wanted to put them in arrangements. Perfect sila, because of their size and chambre young Canelo color as well. We should also be giving them, you know. Adding full to partial sun exposure and six hours of light, a day is very ideal for us and because if we will consistently expose them to our full sun, it will now be bringing out the deepest colors. And that is something that you really need to do. If you wanted to achieve or see Yunkanyan colorful side, most colorful pasana it in PVN if but since you are currently renovating yunkanilang greenhouse, then medjanog fade away young canyon color. But still you would appreciate now Pinkish superbly nowadays is very limited. The soaking dry method is a classic way of watering our PV ends as much as possible. We have to faluna or imitate Yunkanella natural environment. Which is we have to give them some deep watering. Then we will let the soil dry out completely before watering it again. This is how it would look like, but young sauna is dry and here on the other hand. Ghanyan you Ichurano soil. If Basa, I’m using the same type of soil, which is a long soil. I didn’t add anything, you number language Atima garden shops. I’ve been using this kind of soil for a very long time and I didn’t have any problem with drainage Namansa. I would suggest now you would keep on experimenting soil. Mix succulents. It doesn’t mean we’ll draining you. Adding soil is magnesia for our cycling. So you also need to considering you. Adding nutrient content known, adding soil makes Naga meat. You know, I think soil is very essential. NASA over all the health and growth of our PVN, because if this is not well draining or if they are sitting in water, they are very susceptible, not to rot and fungal diseases, and that is something that we are trying to avoid fertilizing isn’t a priority for this kind of plant, but if you wanted to give it a try and a fertilizer young Adi mangapuvi. And then you can make use of any succulent or cactus fertilizer that you have, it’s always best for us to use a balanced liquid and a low nitrogen content now among a fertilizer is adding mango and other succulents since they are not really heavy feeders, propagation wise, they are very easy to propagate through their leaves and stem cuttings, and this one is already the bottom part. No canyon leaves major dehydrated NASA, but it’s the same process of removing the leaf nito and Mobilis. This is how it would look like for us to have a perfect leaf propagation that, but my u-shape. Then we won’t be having a successful leaf propagation and lets. Try to remove another one to go to this. I will try to remove it. You can just air dry this, or if you want, you can just simply put it on around its spot and wait for it to naturally root and have its own offset and young second. One is in stem cuttings, which is by far My most favorite Ayan here! We can also cut it here or it. Don’t come in sometimes I’m having a problem balancing it, You know, in my big body, so I’m trying to put some plants that here. This is just a DIY in a plant. Stand from, uh. What is this anything as long as it will serve? Its purpose to support implant will do so right now. We have three heads here and I hope, nah, in the future, we can have more of this. This one is a propagation and so far, it’s doing Great Mas Mabili’s. If they will be separated or put Sakanilan Pinaka sari ling pot chambre. When it comes to gardening issues prevention is the key and we should always be on the lookout for symptoms, so our succulents will continue to thrive and unanimous, such as our Midi bugs. You can always check some Mili bugs underneath. Yeah, you might have gaps in between leaves, but the most important thing that you need to watch out for is adding root rot. We always kept on mentioning about young danger and adding root rot and for you to have an idea, consistent moisture, adding soil could now lead to bacterial infections and since the garage on bacterial infections, the root will be affected and as a result, young, adding roots and in the engine Prem, it will affect the entire plant in Kanyon stems until Yom Canyon leaves and eventually would lead to death. The solution is very simple. We should not over water, our pvn or other succulents, and, Lastly, if we’re going to be talking about the toxicity neutron, adding PVN, they are very safe to both pets and to us humans. Okay, it’s very safe for us to keep on propagating or put them in any place that you want them to be. Thank you guys for watching. Don’t forget to like and subscribe to our Youtube channel. You may also visit our Facebook page, a desert, succulent ph.