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Echeveria 'Doris Taylor'

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Echeveria 'Doris Taylor' features elongated, apple green leaves coated in a thick blanket of fuzzy hairs called cilia. The open rosettes can reach up to 8 inches in diameter and are known to offset readily, forming a large clump of these unique, furry leaves! Hardy only to Zone 10, ‘Doris Taylor’ can be planted in pots in cooler climates where it will need to winter indoors, or directly in the native garden soil in more temperate climates.

Unlike many Echeveria, ‘Doris Taylor’ is able to survive in partially shaded conditions – though bright light will encourage the most prodigious growth, as well as red flushing on the leaf tips! Sensitive to excess moisture and overwatering, be sure to pot this variety in a very porous soil mixture, coupled with great drainage and ample airflow. Adhere to a thorough and infrequent watering routine, such as the ‘soak and dry’ method, to further shield against rot, pests, or other ills.

During the spring and summer growing season, yellow blooms will emerge above ‘Doris Taylor’s rosettes, adding another layer of texture to this unique succulent.

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