The Echeveria Miranda is a succulent native to Mexico. It mainly grows in the desert over there. To survive the heat and drought, the plant stores its water reserves in its thick leaves, stems and roots. This allows the Echeveria Miranda to survive long periods of drought, both in Mexico and in your living room! When the succulent has stored sufficient water, it can go without water for 2 to 3 weeks.
The Echeveria Miranda can be placed in almost any spot. Direct sunlight, filtered sunlight and partial shade are all OK. During summer you could also place the Echeveria outdoors. Allow the potting soil to dry completely before watering again. If there’s a layer of water on the Echeveria’s leaves, it could start to rot. You should therefore only pour water directly onto the potting soil.