-About Echeveria' White Queen'-
Echeveria 'White Queen' is similar to Echeveria ‘Elegans alba', which, in some circumstances, confuses the succulent amateurs. But actually, they are two different types of plants. Categorized to the Echeveria elegans series, it features a compact rosette with spoon-shaped foliage. Its pinky tip on every single leaf and wrinkle symptom inherited distinguish itself from other similar succulents. Echeveria' White Queen' is a slow grower, resulting in its mini size. It's prevalent among succulent fanatics in recent years.
-How to care for Echeveria' White Queen'-
Sun/Temperature: Echeveria 'White Queen' favors sufficient but not dirct sunlight. Only with filter sunshine can it thrive and keep its color and special pink-spot texture alive. In summer, severe sunburn especially at noon should be avoided. And it's better to put the soft succulent near the windowsill to enjoy the more prolonged sunshine in winter. Proper temperature swings also matter.
Soil/Pot: The succulent plant needs a potting soil mix that drains quickly, meaning grain media like Maifanitum stones and gritty mix rocks are favored. With the hydrophobic and nutritious conditions combined, the organic succulent and cactus soil mix also suits Echeveria 'White Queen' cultivation. Frequent fertilizing is optional. And the best repotting time is in early spring and dry autumn.
Watering: A relatively dry environment is what the succulent enjoys, or it may be caught by scale insects or rot to death. You can water in its growing seasons, like spring and autumn but cut off the frequency and the amount in winter to avoid over-moisture. The control of irrigation depends on whether its foliage is vigorous after watering. Click here to learn how to water succulents indoors.
Primary color: white, green, pink
Secondary color: white, green, pink
Flowering: Scorpioid cyme
Product format: rooted in 2" pot
Suitability: balcony, window, garden
Propagation: leaf cutting, stem cutting
Special characteristic: pet safe