Echeveria Rain Drops
Echeveria Rain Drops
Echeveria Rain Drops
Echeveria Rain Drops
Echeveria Rain Drops
Echeveria Rain Drops
Echeveria Rain Drops
Echeveria Rain Drops
Echeveria Rain Drops
Echeveria Rain Drops
Echeveria Rain Drops
Echeveria Rain Drops

Echeveria Rain Drops Raindrops echeveria

(This plant comes in a 3.5 inch pot. You will receive a very similar plant to the one in the picture. It may or may not be blooming at the time of your purchase. The plant is shipped in its pot to prevent any damage to the roots).

Echeveria Rain Drops belongs to the Crassulaceae family and is commonly known as Raindrops Echeveria. Native to the semi-deserts of Central America, this round-shaped plant can grow up to 6 inches tall. They go dormant in winter conditions. 

Growth Rate

This already fast-growing succulent can grow even faster if you add a drop of fertilizer once in a while during its growing season. 


The bell-shaped flowers bloom their best in the late springtime. The Echeveria raindrops flowers range from white to pink in color. 

Watering and Feeding

Water this succulent once every two weeks. For better Echeveria raindrops care, target the soil instead of the leaves or the flowers. The plant is capable of living without any fertilizer since they feed on nutrients from the soil. 


Use a soil mix that contains sand so that the soil drains quicker than usual. If you are creating the soil yourself, use horticultural coarse sand. 


With a hardiness zone of 9b to 11b, Echeveria Rain Drops thrive in hot and dry conditions. It has a frost tolerance of -3.8° C. 


Raindrops Echeveria thrives in full sun. However, be careful about exploding it to full sun in summers and making sudden changes to where it has been placed. Keep it by the window or place it in a way that brings in the most sunlight. 


You can use seeds, offsets, cuttings, or leaves for propagation. Simply dig the plants parts in the soil, cover them, and water them every two weeks until it sprouts. 

What sets this succulent apart is that its leaves have green and sometimes blue bumps on the surface. This is what gives it its name, Echeveria Rain Drops because the leaves look like droplets of water!

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Blooming Season Summer
Common Name Echeveria 'raindrops'
Dormancy Winter
Family Crassulaceae
Flower Red
Frost Tolerance 0°c
Growth Rate Medium
Hardiness Zone 9b to 11b
Height 15cm
Origin North america
Pot Size 3.5"
Scientific Name Echeveria Rain Drops
Shape Rosette
Sun Exposure Full sun to partial shade

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Sadly my original package was lost in the mail. Sarah with customer service was very quick to respond and set up a replacement for everything. I was overjoyed when they finally arrived. Can't thank the team enough for all their help and delivering these gorgeous plants!

Debjani b.
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I have potted it but it’s indoors. I don’t see the color yet. Hoping to see when outdoors.

Erica M.
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Rain drops

Gorgeous plant that arrived in pristine condition.

Rosemarie F.
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Very impressed of how it was carefully wrapped. My E. Raindrop plant looked just like the pic - big, beautiful and healthy. I will be a regular customer. Thank you Planet Desert.

michael w. bandy
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Beaten up

The plant leaves looked beaten up in some spots. It also looks weary even tho its been transplanted correctly. I am hoping it will come around since it was almost three times more expensive than the other company we used for cacti.

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