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Echeveria Lilacina (Bare Rooted)

Echeveria Lilacina (Bare Rooted)

Regular price Rs. 89.00
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 Echeveria lilacina is a gorgeous succulent plant valued for its rosettes of powdered, silvery-blue leaves. It is often referred to as Ghost Echeveria or Mexican Hens. This species is from Mexico and belongs to the Crassulaceae family, and it is widely prized for both its remarkable look and ease of maintenance. The fleshy, spoon-shaped leaves of Echeveria lilacina grow in tight rosettes and have a ghostly, silvery-blue appearance due to a fine, powdered coating. The beautiful pink or purple tones that border the leaves may add to their attractiveness.

The rosettes of Echeveria lilacina usually grow to a diameter of 6–8 inches, which makes the plant compact and eye-catching. Ghost Echeveria can have tall stalks that are covered in clusters of tiny, bell-shaped flowers in the spring or summer. These blossoms, which are typically pink or coral in hue, give the plant an additional dimension of attractiveness. Plant the roots in the soil using a succulent or cactus mix that drains well. Like any other succulent, this plant also needs bright, indirect sunshine, which is ideal for growth. 

Keep it out of the strong afternoon sun because strong sunlight can damage its leaves. Use minimal water, letting the soil dry up in between applications. Maintain a temperature range of 65–80°F for the plant. Keep it away from intense heat and frost. Echeveria lilacina is sold as "bare rooted," which means the soil has been removed from its roots. This method of shipping minimises weight and reduces the risk of soil-borne diseases. Get your Echeveria lilacina from Secculent.


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