Echeveria cante originates from Mexico Northeast and has a common name ‘White cloud’. The winter-dormant plant reaches 6-12 in. (15-30 cm) in height. Echeveria cante belongs to the Crassulaceae family.
This variety of Echeveria is slow-growing.
The Echeveria cante flowers come in various colors, but the most common shade is orange. The bloom appears in the summer season and does not have any fragrance.
Water and Feeding/Fertilizer
It is a drought-tolerant plant. It is better to water it more in the summer season.
Echeveria cante prefers quick-draining soil to prevent root rot.
The hardiness of the White cloud is 9b to 11, with a frost tolerance of -6.7 to -3.9°C (19.94 to 24.98°F).
This plant needs full sun to light shade to grow properly. It is a high tolerance plant and persists well in sunny hot summers.
Echeveria cante is propagated from seeds and leaf cuttings. It does not reproduce through offsets.
The White Cloud is an eye-catching succulent plant to grow indoors and outdoors. Order today to beautify your interior.
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|Blooming Season||Late summer/early fall|
|Common Name||White cloud|
|Frost Tolerance||-6.7 To -3.9°c|
|Growth Rate||Slow growth|
|Hardiness Zone||9b to 11b|
|Height||6-12 in. (15-30 Cm)|
|Scientific Name||Echeveria cante Large|
|Sun Exposure||Full sun to light shade|
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