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dunnoukno

Zone 8a

Echeveria Alfred

  • Season Icon Late SummerLate Summer 2018
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dunnoukno

😭😭😭 Help... I’ve got mealy bugs! Any advice is greatly appreciated, this is a first for me!

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natii

Oh no😱🙈 I hate them! I use garlic brew to get rid of them, but Echeverias don't like to be watered from the top 🤔 Maybe @KelsiBriana has an advice for you? #advice

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natii

@KelsiBriana Great! Thank you Kelsi! 😊

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moore.794

@KelsiBriana has good advice. keep quarentined. mealies can crawl a very long way & live for a long time. neem oil helps but need to do for at least 3 weeks to get all eggs that have hatched. mealies also live in roots

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dunnoukno

@natii @KelsiBriana @moore.794 thank you all! I have separated it’s pot from the rest of my gang, removed what I could see and sprayed it with alcohol... as soon as I get more than a minute, I’m thinking I’ll repot it.

1w
  • Season Icon Early SummerEarly Summer 2018
  • Like Count 5
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dunnoukno

So this beauty is having babies..... but when’s a good “size/length” that I should separate them from mama?

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DonNotDonny

Usually about one fourth to one third the size of the parent plant. It's optional though.

1w
  • Season Icon Early SummerEarly Summer 2018
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dunnoukno

Surprise! Still don't know what type of succulent this is either lol

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Mamasadie2

Well @dunnoukno I think you can call it the parent plant for now. Lol But it looks like a Echeveria 'Blue Atoll'

1w
  • Season Icon Mid SpringMid Spring 2018
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dunnoukno

Help me identify this plant! 🙏 Found this beauty at a local nursery today! #succulentid #succulentidentification #plantid #plantidentification #rosette

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Yollymac

@Muzz67 @KelsiBriana

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