Place your Echeveria bright light to full sun. It will not thrive if it doesn’t receive enough sunlight.
Water your Succulent when the volume of soil is 100% dry. Water thoroughly until it flows out of the drainage hole. Discard excess water to discourage root rot.
Your Succulent prefers a dry environment. No need to mist.
Your Echeveria will do just fine in average room temperatures, between 60-80 degrees.
Feed once in the spring and once in the summer with a liquid fertilizer for cacti and succulents.
Your Echeveria is non-toxic according to the ASPCA.
Over time, your Echeveria will shed its lower leaves. Though this can be alarming, it is completely natural and doesn’t mean your plant is dying.