Echeveria is a family of rose-shaped succulents native to the semi-desert regions of Central America. Because of its charming leaves' structure,
Echeverias are one of the most well-known succulents. There are plenty of types with different gorgeous colors when it comes to Echeverias. Same like other succulents, they are super easy to grow and take care of.
- These rosettes can be cut apart and transplanted or left to cluster.
- After several years, a rosette will bloom and die but its offsets will live on.
- Super frost hardy and drought tolerant.
Plant them outdoors in sunny locations with great drainage. Water in the spring through summer growing season if the soil is completely dry and protect from heavy rains and standing water, especially in winter.
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These hardy plants overwinter well under an insulating blanket of snow.