About the Echeveria White Elegans sp. C
Echeveria White Elegans sp. C, a hybrid of Echeveria elegans 'alba,' preserves the translucent leaf edges characteristic of Echeveria elegans. In its prime state, it exhibits white with a hint of pink, along with red-tipped leaves. In standard conditions, it appears translucent green, presenting a clear and vibrant look. As a small-sized succulent, Echeveria White Elegans sp. C features spoon-shaped leaves and a compact rosette. It produces pink flowers in spring and summer.
How to Care for Echeveria White Elegans sp. C
Sunlight: Echeveria White Elegans sp. C requires abundant outdoor sunlight during the growing season for a compact rosette and delicate leaf color. For indoor care, provide at least 10 hours of indirect light, with sun protection in summer.
Temperature: Being a soft succulent, Echeveria White Elegans sp. C thrives in temperatures between 40-95°F. Move it indoors when temperatures drop below 40°F to prevent frost damage.
Watering: Follow the "Soak and Dry" method for regular watering. Reduce watering frequency during summer and winter to extend soil drying time.
Soil and Pot: For a 2-inch Echeveria White Elegans sp. C, a mix of 40% potting soil and 60% perlite is recommended. Use a 3-inch pot with drainage holes.
Primary color: green
Secondary color: pink
Bloom color: pink
Cold hardiness: Zone 9a to 11b (from 20F to 50F )
Product format: rooted in a 2-inch nursery pot
Suitability: balcony, window, garden
Propagation: beheading cuttings