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52/100 Echeveria Minibelle Clump Succulent Care Guide || Propagating Our Variegated Minibelle


Hello, everyone! Welcome to desert succulent. And for today we’re going to be featuring Ichivaria Midi Bell. It is an ornamental, succulent with green leaves, having red margins and yunkan keeps specially not if we will be exposing them to strong sunlight or cold temperatures and I have noticed Na Ma’s reddish sedan during summer as compared during our colder months. What you are seeing right now is the typical mini bell, and I also have the variegated ones and young canyon color is lighter green, with some pale yellow sakanan Gillette and Mas Domina pink radish, not leaf margins when stressed, so this is a side by side comparison. No, I think the Lavon succulent. Although we cannot really see their big difference, so for the typical, it’s just greenish in color and like for this one, you’re adding variegated one, a combination of light green to pale yellow, they usually form this multi branching and low growing amount of rosettes up to 90 centimeters in diameter. You would see here now. It has a lot of branches merely entirely to halfway of the stem branch out changanyan because of that one, it gives our psychedelium paran 3d na appearance because now of young layering, non canyon, pinaka rosettes and even here, so I think variegated na mini bell, it has a lot of rosettes in different layers and height, so even Sapina Khaliko diba, it simply branches out literally kunsan, the size of the resets would be about nine centimeters in diameter and you would be expecting the Ito would still be even bigger. And during the hottest months of the year, we would be expecting some bell-shaped coral flowers, Satania. They do thrive best in full sun to light shade, but of course, it’s always best for us to give them you adding full sunlight exposure at least six hours a day, so these succulents are located the unsatting area with all day long the sun exposure. Unfortunately, not this, this medium olan, and they are constantly exposed to rain And as a result, Hindi native Masada’m appreciate Yung Kanilang sun stress in a color because of too much water in another received. NILA, Nevertheless, we can still appreciate Na Yung kanilang color. You would see here in a radisha. If we will continuously expose it to the sun, the entire leaf would be this color making red talaga, but this one very dominant, perennial and green color. Here we have adding variegated the mini bell so up close. You will see the detail, known young sun stress, not color. It’s really pinkish to reddish, especially young. Kanye Mangalif merchants Hindi maguire, red Young Bong Leaf as comparing typical Midi bell, but rather Banda Pinaka leaf merchants because I tried to expose this even before even the colder months. Nevertheless, it’s a very beautiful looking. The succulent in combination, pinkish red to yellow green is simply awesome. Our mini bell prefer an average summer temperature between 18 degrees Celsius to 21 degrees centigrade. So it’s very perfect for us here living in the Philippines but tempre if the temperature reaches about 40 degrees centigrade, then we have to consider also nailage as a more shade in the area, or we can also try to provide some shade. Parana mahindi sunburn a mini bell. They grow best in a well-drained succulent mix, and I think I’m using two different kinds of soy mix here Ito soil. Nah, Nabi, Bilesa garden shops and Aman open area. Virtualizing them is also very important. You have a choice. If you’re going to be using, you know, Atima controlled release now fertilizers, or you can also be fertilizing them every month with a weak liquid solution. And I’m using you adding triple eight NPK from Japan that is very safe to use, and I’m not worried of over fertilizing, then Hindi magic growth, succulents, propagating them is also very simple through their leave stems and offsets. But for this minibill as you have noticed offsets. And that is what I love most about this succulent cassette. We really don’t need to wait, Na. I propagate to have this kind of succulent itopala. You would see there. This one is a beheaded mini bell. You would see there. You know, completely, and these are just the offices. and right now. I wanted to propagate it in variegated medieval. This is the only variegated midi belt that I have, and I’m dying to propagate it more, especially Nandamian offsets. It’s also one way for us to give Wayne the Onsamanga new offsets. NATO Moto Busalopka say they really don’t have much space because, yeah, so I will be cutting halfway or Sagitta. No kanyeng stem foreign and we will be transferring them individually to their own pot and I’m happy. Because I waited for so long propagating a variegated mini bell. I will just be putting them in a container. Lay them flat and wait has no serious pests or disease problems, but Mili bugs can potentially be a problem, and I also had an issue with this mini bell before in terms of fungal diseases since NASA rain or shine area in Hamu Gandhi, during the cold months, Nagar angasana and powdery mildew and dominion powdery mildew Before. And I’m glad that I was able to control it and treat it. You have notice blue stains every time we spring. I think the rocky blue path That’s all for our mini bell. Thank you guys for watching. Don’t forget to like and subscribe to our Youtube channel. You may also visit our Facebook page at desert. Succulent Ph.