Echeveria imbricata, Blue Rose Echeveria - Succulent Plant

Its a small evergreen succulent forming tight rosettes of fleshy,saucer shaped blue green leaves.
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1Echeveria imbricata, Blue Rose Echeveria - Succulent Plant
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About Echeveria imbricata

Mexican Snowball is a succulent plant which is popular as a potted ornamental plant. It features rosettes of unusual blue-green foliage, which are often densely clustered and may form a small mound. The leaves may have a powdery coating and may develop red tints at the tips and edges.

Plant Specifications

Plant Height6 inch (15 cm)
Plant Spread 4 inch (10 cm)
*above specification are indicative only. actual dimensions may vary by +-10%
Common Name Echeveria
Maximum Reachable Height 30.5cm
Flower Colour green
Bloom Time summer
Difficulty Level easy to grow

Planting and care

  • The most important part of good Echeveria care is watering.
  • The biggest issue with the succulents is overwatering.
  • Provide moderate amounts of water in the hot, dry season.
  • Let the soil dry out completely before you irrigate again. Potted plants should not be left in a wet saucer.
  • Soft rots and root rot issues occur when the plant is too wet.

    Echeveria imbricata care

    Climate Echeveria and other non-hardy succulents look amazing in patio planters. Echeveria are originally from Mexico and Central America. They arent used to the cold and will die in freezing temperatures. Just because you live where winter is a real winter doesnt mean that you cant enjoy these colorful plants.

    You can keep them healthy during the cold months by moving them indoors. Then, once the threat of frost has past, gradually move them back outside in the spring. Other people who want to enjoy these colorful plants, but dont want houseplants, treat Echeveria like annuals and just plant anew each spring.

    Sunlight Full Sun
    Watering Medium
    Soil well-drained soil
    Temperature 55F
    Fertilizer Apply any organic fertilizer

    Echeveria imbricata special feature

    Small, red-yellow flowers are carried on short stems, and appear from late spring. This is a small, easy to grow attractive plant suitable for small spaces. It takes over whatever small space you leave for it and blooms once a year. Hen and Chicks is native to Latin America.

    Echeveria imbricata uses

    Ornamental Use:

    • The plant is used for ornamental purpose

  • Frequently Asked Questions

    What is another name for a Echeveria imbricata?

    Echeveria imbricata is commonly known as Echeveria

    How tall do Echeveria imbricata grow?

    On average Echeveria imbricata grows 30.5cm

    What color are Echeveria imbricata?

    A Echeveria imbricata plant bears flowers of color green

    When Echeveria imbricata blooms?

    With enough light, Echeveria imbricata may produce green flowers in summer

    How hard is Echeveria imbricata to grow?

    A Echeveria imbricata is easy to grow

    How much sunlight does a Echeveria imbricata need?

    A Echeveria imbricata prefers Full Sun

    How much water does a Echeveria imbricata need?

    A Echeveria imbricata prefers watering Medium

    What kind of soil does a Echeveria imbricata need?

    A Echeveria imbricata prefers well-drained soil

    What temperature does a Echeveria imbricata like?

    A Echeveria imbricata prefers 55F

    How often should I fertilize my Echeveria imbricata?

    To encourage Echeveria imbricata growth, Apply any organic fertilizer


    Tuesday, 21 January 2020

    I received product with very good quality. But its not as per there image.

    Kusuma Juneja

    Thursday, 21 November 2019

    This is one of my favorite plants.

    Monday, 11 November 2019

    when I put the plant indoors totally, it started having yellow leaves.

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