Growth spurt
This echevaria has had this huge growth spurt in the last week or two. Does it need to be repotted?
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    NRD The “growth spurt” looks like etiolation. It’s reaching for more light. You can see the top is lighter and you can see the stem showing and space between the leaves. These require full sun for 6 or more hours a day. Maybe try putting it in a brighter spot with more direct sun.
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    Pei OMG 😍😍😍 [289322,Linda]
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    Erin Marino Oh whoa! That is one happy Echeveria! I'd let it be for now, then repot it to a planter about one to two inches wider in diameter come spring.
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    Wyatt Plants Things So gorgeous! 😍
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    Paris Lalicata Hi Linda! Its always a good sign to see new growth on your plants, but it’s not an indication to repot it! Typically you want to repot your plants if they become pot bound, or need to freshen up the soil which could be once or twice a year!
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    Hala I’ve experienced the same thing! Any luck figuring it out?