Is the Echeveria ‘Perle von Nurnberg’ toxic?
Lucky, the Perle von Nurnberg is non-toxic. This means that you don’t need to stress about your inquisitive furry friend sniffing around your Echeveria. If you have kids and are looking for a fun, entertaining project, the Perle von Nurnberg would be a perfect, safe addition to a mini succulent garden container arrangement.
What is the ideal temperature?
The Perle von Nurnberg loves warmer weather and does best in USDA growing zones 9 through 11. This succulent is hardy and can tolerate a range of temperatures, but it will not survive frost conditions. For this reason, exposing your Echeveria to temperatures below 30 degrees Fahrenheit should be avoided.
What is the ideal humidity level?
There’s no need to fuss over humidity levels when caring for your Perle von Nurnberg. This succulent is drought resistant and accustomed to dry conditions. If you live in a desert or dry area, you won’t need to worry about misting your plant or providing a pebble tray.
Does it purify air?
While the Perle von Nurnberg is not designated as a specific air-purifying plant, like all succulents it has air-purifying qualities. When plants absorb carbon dioxide through the process of photosynthesis, they also take in harmful particles and gases from the air. As a result, the air you breathe is cleaner when you have houseplants in your corner!