Sedeveria Pink is a pink pastel colored succulent plant.They belong to the family of Crassulaceae.
The plant is known by various names like Succulent Plug, Pink Granite, Hardy Succulents etc.
The plant does not need a lot of attention. It is one of the best plants for a laid-back gardener.
Place the plant in a sunny location where it can showcase its best colors. They need full sun to partial shade. 3 to 5 hours of morning sunlight would be sufficient for the plant. While in the afternoon, the plant requires filtered sun or partial shade.
The blooming duration of the flowers is from the month of June to September. The petals are clustered clumsily around the stems. These are the best container plant as they are spillover in nature; Thus, they can fill up empty spaces in your garden or indoors. They multiply very quickly during their growing season.
The plant needs an infrequent water supply.
Water the plant 2 to 3 times in a week if it is placed under the hot climate and if it is planted indoors then twice a week would be sufficient.
If they are getting yellow at the base then cut short the water needs and if the soil is drying up then immediately supply with 3 to 4 cups of water.
Provide a well-draining soil in a container with drainage holes to stimulate its growth. Use the soil which is rich in rotted- organic matter to have a good drainage. Prune the plant occasionally to maintain the glory of it.
Don't add any gravel at the base of your pots. Gravels can affect the drainage of the plant.
The average height of the plant ranges from 0.5 cm to 1 feet.
They spread around 8 inches in the ground cover. Pink granite is a small sized plant with mint green and pink shade of the foliage. The stem of the plant is stout and thick in shape.
Feed the pink granite with organic fertilizers which are rich in potassium. Potassium-rich fertilizers stimulate the blooming of the plant.
Make sure you feed the plant in every two weeks before the spring to have a lush full of pink in your garden. Try to mulch the plant in every year during the spring.
The most common pest which affects pink granite is the mealy bugs. They feed on the tender tissue of the budding plant.
They nest around the base of the plant and harm the roots.
Use rubbing alcohol in 1:3 ratios with water to remove the bugs from the stems.
If it is a widespread infestation then weekly spreading of insecticides can help us to get rid of them
Pink granite is mainly used for ornamentation. These are easy to grow and do not require a high-maintenance. The fragrance of the pink granite can help in treating the emotional state of the mind.