Poor little succulent
Hi guys -
I have about 30+ different succulents here, all in containers. Some are outside on the balcony and some are inside in containers, open terrariums, etc. and all are grouped in one way or another.
Despite having not really grouped them perfectly in terms of needs, I'm making do by spraying some while "watering" others, and letting all of them dry out in between. Like bone dry then a nice soak. The ones in the really flat pots or terrariums, I spritz until they're nicely soaked but never pour water on them.
Anyway - - of all of these, I have a problem with only one. An echeveria, I believe? This one was in an actual container grouping and it was inside when the problems began. I've since moved the entire pot outside.
The leaves started falling off, but prior to this, I noticed it becoming kind of lanky looking and significantly taller, if you will. Then, one by one, the leaves kind of plopped right off.
Was this light or water? This was in a wide but shallow pot of other succulents where all the others appear to be doing very well. This alone was in the center of the pot and suffering.
I've since plucked it out of there and stuck it into a spare pot with some loose potting soil. It's been like this for over a week and --- no additional leaves have fallen off, but it doesn't look happy quite yet either.
Easy question: what did I do wrong?