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Echeveria daldia, Mexican Snowball - Succulent Plant

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Echeveria is a large genus of flowering plants in the Crassulaceae family, native to semi-desert areas.

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1Echeveria daldia, Mexican Snowball - Succulent Plant
23 inch (8 cm) Grower Round Plastic Pot (Black)
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About Echeveria daldia

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.

Plant Specifications

*above specification are indicative only. actual dimensions may vary by +-10%
Common Name Mexican Snowball, Mexican Gem, Hen and Chicks, White Mexican Rose
Maximum Reachable Height Up to 30.5 cm
Flower Colour Purple
Bloom Time Summer
Difficulty Level Easy to grow

Planting and care

Most of the common Echeveria species are not complicated succulents to grow, provided you follow a few basic rules. First, be careful never to let water sit in the rosette as it can cause rot or fungal diseases that will kill the plant. Additionally, remove dead leaves from the bottom of the plant as it grows.

Echeveria daldia care

Most of the common Echeveria species are not complicated succulents to grow, provided you follow a few basic rules. First, be careful never to let water sit in the rosette as it can cause rot or fungal diseases that will kill the plant. Additionally, remove dead leaves from the bottom of the plant as it grows.

Sunlight Full Sun
Watering Medium
Soil Well-drained soil
Temperature 24 degrees C
Fertilizer Apply any organic fertilizer

Echeveria daldia special feature

Silvery rosettes are crowned by arching stems in winter and spring, each with a bright pink lantern shaped flower, tipped in yellow.

Echeveria daldia uses

Ornamental Use:

  • The plant is used for ornamental purpose

Culinary Use:

  • Leaves

Frequently Asked Questions

How to plant Echeveria seeds?

Generally, the seeds are not using to grow Echeveria plant.You can propagate Echeveria from leaf cuttings

What is an Echeveria plant?

Echeveria is a large genus of flowering plants. Belong to Crassulaceae family. Echeveria is an very attractive succulent plant.

How to propagate Echeveria plants?

You can propagate Echeveria from leaf cuttings. simply remove and replant one of the leaves to produce a new plant. Start by gently pulling a leaf from the succulent in a twisting motion. Try to get the whole thing, including the little nub where it attaches to the stem. A perfect leaf will be shaped like a U on the end that was attached to the plant.Set the leaves on a paper towel for a few days to allow the ends to dry out and scab over. When ready, stick the very end into a shallow bed of soil.Place the new plant in indirect light. Mist the leaves with water a few times a week, or lightly water them at the soil level. Within a few weeks, roots will begin to grow, followed by baby plants.

How to plant Echeveria pups?

Find Right Size Pot for Echeveria . Select the pot of having size up to 4 inches. Make the potting mix - Contents: Sand (50%), and anyone of the following in 50 % amount Perlite / Vermiculite / Cocopeat (50%). While repotting remove the pups from mother plant of having 1 inches tall. Place a small amount of soil mix in the bottom of the new container. Carefully set the Cactus pup in the new container. If the bottom of the Echeveria is not level with the rim of the pot, remove it and add a little more soil. Keep doing this until the Echeveria is level with the rim. Water- Water the plant thoroughly. Keep a day after repotting and then water. Use care when watering, since overwatering is one of the biggest problems with Echeveria. Let the soil dry out completely between watering, avoid overwatering.

How to plant Echeveria offsets?

Moisten the soil and carefully remove each offset from the parent plant. Then allow both the offsets and parent plant to callus before replanting. Fill a small pot with propagating soil, leveling it off about a half-inch from the brim. Repot the seedlings, waiting three or four days to water them.

How to plant Echeveria cuttings?

With succulents like jade, sedum and echeveria, you can simply remove and replant one of the leaves to produce a new plant. Start by gently pulling a leaf from the succulent in a twisting motion. Try to get the whole thing, including the little nub where it attaches to the stem. A perfect leaf will be shaped like a U on the end that was attached to the plant.Set the leaves on a paper towel for a few days to allow the ends to dry out and scab over. When ready, stick the very end into a shallow bed of soil.Place the new plant in indirect light. Mist the leaves with water a few times a week, or lightly water them at the soil level. Within a few weeks, roots will begin to grow, followed by baby plants.

Echeveria seeds germination time?

Generally, the seeds are not using to grow Echeveria plant.The germination process usually starts in 4 days, while most of the seeds germinate in a couple of weeks.

Echeveria plant types?

Echeveria Black pprince. Echeveria agavoides. Echeveria agavoides. Echeveria colorata. Echeveria colorata. Echeveria elegans. Echeveria elegans. Echeveria haagai. Echeveria haagai.

Where to plant Echeveria?

You can plant Echeveria indoor where it will get bright indirect light.

Are Echeveria indoor plants?

Yes, Echeveria is an indoor plant.

How to plant Echeveria elegans?

These easy little succulents produce offsets or baby plants nestled against the mother rosette. These are easy to separate and grow. Just pull the little rosette away and replant in a potting mix - Contents: Sand (50%), and anyone of the following in 50 % amount Perlite / Vermiculite / Cocopeat (50%).

Echeveria plant uses?

Echeveria plant is a beautifully elegant plant generally use as an ornamental plant.

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