About the Echeveria Rosalia
Echeveria Rosalia is a beautiful purple and lavender succulent. Its spoon-shaped leaves have narrow tips that turn red under stress. The back of the leaves features raised ridges, forming a tight rosette succulent. In its normal state, Echeveria Rosalia is a blue-green color.
How to Care for Echeveria Rosalia
Sunlight: Thrives in full to indirect sunlight. Provide ample outdoor light during spring and fall, and shield from direct sunlight in summer when placed on windowsills.
Temperature: Grows well in temperatures between 40-95°F. Ideal temperature is 15-25°C, and protect from frost in winter.
Watering: Water thoroughly when the soil is completely dry. In summer and winter, extend watering intervals until the bottom leaves become soft and wrinkled.
Soil and Pot: Prefers well-draining succulent and cactus mix. Use pots with drainage holes.
Primary color: green; blue
Secondary color: purple
Cold hardiness: Zone 9a to 11b (from 20F to 50F )
Product format: rooted in a 2-inch nursery pot
Suitability: balcony, window, garden
Propagation: leaf cutting
Special characteristic: thick farina