Practical Information about the Trachyandra Tortilis
The Trachyandra Tortilis is one of the succulent plants that not many people write about or talk about even. One of the leading reasons for that is how rare the plant is. It is only in the most recent years that people have started to cultivate the Trachyandra Tortilis, so it is only natural that there are many unanswered questions out there. In this short article, I am going to attempt to give you some information that might help you grow your own plant with minimum effort. If, after reading this post, you still have questions, feel free to comment on our facebook page and ask us. We will do the best we can to help you out.
How To Care For The Trachyandra Tortilis?
Summer, this is when the plant is dormant, it is known to drop leaves and appear slightly weaker. During this time, you should let your pot dry out completely and only water the Trachyandra Tortilis with a minimal amount of water around 1-2 times/month. It should be placed in a warm, well-ventilated area for the duration of its dormancy.
Autumn, as the temperatures cool, you should see new leaves appear, at which time you can give your succulent more water. During this time, you can expect to water your succulent every 2-3 weeks while growing through spring. Most important is to make sure that the soil is completely dry to the bottom of the pot before watering again. Have a look at our watering guide to keeping your plant healthy.
I hope this article helps you to know how to care for Trachyandra Tortilis. For more detailed information about the succulent, be sure to check out our comprehensive guide to the plant HERE. In that guide, we feature information such as how to water the succulent properly, as well as how you can propagate the plant.