(Echeveria) This one is big! One Echeveria colorata can reach 12-16 inches in diameter, depending on the size of container it is planted into. Upright and rather slow growing, colorata has light green fleshy leaves, with pointed tips dipped in pink. The large, mainly single, rosette is a show-stopper for your patio container or indoor plant stand. Hardy in zone 9 and low maintenance. Water only when soil is completely dry. Place in full sun to part shade outside or a bright window indoors. Enjoy the dramatic foliage on Echeveria colorata!
Common Name: Echeveria colorata
Plant Type: Annual
Hardiness Zone: 9, 10, 11What is my zone?
Max Height: – 6 Inches
Max Spread: – 10 Inches
Exposure: Part Shade (4-6 hrs.)
Soil Moisture Needs: Dry
Attributes: Drought Tolerant
Design Use: Container