Echeveria glauca
Echeveria glauca
Echeveria glauca
Echeveria glauca

Echeveria Glauca goes by the common name “Glaucous Echeveria.” Having its origin in Central America, the hardy succulent is noted for arrowhead-shaped leaves that form grayish blue-green rosettes. It belongs to the Crassulaceae family and reaches a height of about 12 inches. This winter-dormant plant grows healthily in full sun exposure.

Growth Rate

Echeveria glauca has a slow growth rate, though it grows abundantly.

Flowering

The blooming season begins in summers or late spring. This variety bears yellow bell-shaped flowers on short stalks.

Watering and Feeding

It is essential to water this plant, but it should never be overwatered. Standing water can make the roots rot. Thus, feeding should be limited. Use controlled-release fertilizers only at the start of each season.

Soil

Well-drained and loose soil are prerequisites to grow Glaucous echeveria. Ensure that the soil's pH level is acidic.

Hardiness

The hardiness zone for this interesting plant is 9b to 11b. It has a frost tolerance of 12° C(53.6° F).

Light

The Echeveria glauca loves full sun and flourishes in brightly-lit places. This plant can withstand summer temperatures between 18° C and 21° C (65° – 70° F). During winters, it can have a healthy growth till 10 °C (50° F).

Propagation

Echeverias can be propagated from leaf cuttings or offsets.

Glaucous Echeveria is an excellent addition as landscape decoration in pots or as houseplants on window sills. It is an attractive companion on your office desk too!

Some of the information in this description has been found at desert-tropicals.com, llifle.com and cactus-art.biz

Bloom Season Summer or through the early
Botanical Name Echeveria secunda
Common Name Glaucous echeveria
Dormancy Winter
Family Crassulaceae
Flower Color Yellow
Growth Habit Rosette
Growth Rate Slow
Hardiness Zone 9b to 11b
Mature Size 12"
Native Area Central america
Resistance 12 °c
Sun Exposure Full sun

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Echeveria glauca

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Echeveria Glauca goes by the common name “Glaucous Echeveria.” Having its origin in Central America, the hardy succulent is noted for arrowhead-shaped leaves that form grayish blue-green rosettes. It belongs to the Crassulaceae family and reaches a height of about 12 inches. This winter-dormant plant grows healthily in full sun exposure.

Growth Rate

Echeveria glauca has a slow growth rate, though it grows abundantly.

Flowering

The blooming season begins in summers or late spring. This variety bears yellow bell-shaped flowers on short stalks.

Watering and Feeding

It is essential to water this plant, but it should never be overwatered. Standing water can make the roots rot. Thus, feeding should be limited. Use controlled-release fertilizers only at the start of each season.

Soil

Well-drained and loose soil are prerequisites to grow Glaucous echeveria. Ensure that the soil's pH level is acidic.

Hardiness

The hardiness zone for this interesting plant is 9b to 11b. It has a frost tolerance of 12° C(53.6° F).

Light

The Echeveria glauca loves full sun and flourishes in brightly-lit places. This plant can withstand summer temperatures between 18° C and 21° C (65° – 70° F). During winters, it can have a healthy growth till 10 °C (50° F).

Propagation

Echeverias can be propagated from leaf cuttings or offsets.

Glaucous Echeveria is an excellent addition as landscape decoration in pots or as houseplants on window sills. It is an attractive companion on your office desk too!

Some of the information in this description has been found at desert-tropicals.com, llifle.com and cactus-art.biz

Bloom Season Summer or through the early
Botanical Name Echeveria secunda
Common Name Glaucous echeveria
Dormancy Winter
Family Crassulaceae
Flower Color Yellow
Growth Habit Rosette
Growth Rate Slow
Hardiness Zone 9b to 11b
Mature Size 12"
Native Area Central america
Resistance 12 °c
Sun Exposure Full sun

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