Echeveria - Native to Mexico

CARE:

1. ½ day direct sun (morning sun best)
2. Let dry out between thorough waterings
3. Fertilize monthly – Use Peter’s 20-20-20 lightly 2 to 3 times a month for maximum growth during spring and fall. Only fertilize once a month during July, August and September.
4. Planting medium – 6 parts peat type material – 3 parts coarse Perlite
5. Best to repot in late winter – early spring
6. Protect from frost and freeze
7. Large growing varieties, plant 3" or 4" size directly into 10-12" low clay pots for best results

Some Examples of This Species:

  • Echeveria affinis
    " Black Prince"
    Red Flowers Grows to 8 inches across
  • Echeveria
    "Nobleman's Rose"
    Pink flowers
    Grows to 14 inches across in large pot
    Can take all day sun
  • Echeveria lilacina
    "Snow White"
    Pink Flowers
    Grows to 8 inches across
  • Echeveria subsessilis
    "Twilite"
    Red Flowers
    Grows to 8 inches across
  • Echeveria
    Perle Von Nuernberg
    "Royal Rose"
    Pink Flowers
    Grows to 8-10 inches across
  • Echeveria
    Mauna Loa
    "Scarlet Curls"
    Grows to 12 inches across
  • Echeveria
    Edna
    "Bunyons"
    Grows to 10 inches across
  • Echeveria
    Lola
  • Echeveria chihuahuaenesis
    "Mexicali Rose"
    Peach and Yellow flowers
    Grows to 8 inches across
  • Echeveria
    "Strawberry Hearts"
    Pink Flowers
    Grows to 16 inches across
  • Echeveria
    "Blue Curls"
    Pink Flowers
    Grows to 10 inches across
  • Echeveria
    "Afterglow"
    Very Popular,
    Pink Flowers
    Grows to 16 inches across
  • Echeveria
    "Topsy-Turvy"
    Peach Flowers
    Grows to 8 inches across
  • Echeveria minima