Tactus bellus is a small succulent that forms rosettes composed of dull grey and bronze leaves. It grows up to 3 inches (7.5 meters) tall, slowly spreading to offsets
- You will receive a Echeveria Tacitus Bellus similar to the one shown in the pictures.
- Greenhouse grown.
- Shown in 2" pot. May ship in pot or include a pot (Not shipped in exact pot)
Recommended care instructions -
Light - The hunger for light is not very pronounced in this evergreen shrub. After all, a minimum of sunlight and heat is required to attract the pretty flowers. At this location, a Graptopetalum tacitus bellum feels in good hands:
- Sunny to partially shaded location
- At the south window with shading in blazing midday sun
- Summer temperature optimum shifts between 18 and 25 degrees Celsius
- The brighter the location, the more pronounced the gray-green leaf coloration
Pour and fertilise - The water and nutrient balance of the shapely thick-leafed plant is characterised by balance. Regardless of the reserves that all members of the succulent genus lay in their leaves and shoots, they should not have to starve. Water and fertilise in the following rhythm:
- Water moderately from March to September
- Dries the earth, is watered
- Best suited is collected rainwater
- Alternatively, use stale tap water
- Do not pour water into the rosettes