Echeveria 'Imbricata' or 'Blue Rose'

Echeveria 'Imbricata' or 'Blue Rose'

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Echeveria 'Imbricata' or 'Blue Rose' Highlights:
  • Echeveria glauca and Echeveria gibbiflora 'Metallica' hybrid.
  • This popular and easy to grow Echeveria forms tight rosettes of blue to green, rounded leaves growing up to 10" wide. 
  • Grows to form large clusters of rosettes.
  • Produces tall bloom stalks with orange and pink, bell-shaped flowers that typically bloom in the spring and early summer.
  • Easily propagated from leaf and stem cuttings.
  • Hardy to Zone 9. 'Imbricata' is one of the hardiest Echeverias but does still need to be protected from freezing temperatures. Echeveria will not survive a hard frost. However, succulents can easily be grown indoors under grow lights or in a sunny window if there is a risk of temperatures dropping below 35° F. If there is only a risk of freezing temperatures for a few days, most succulents do just fine outside if they are covered by frost cloth or a sheet until temperatures increase (I'm talking to you, Zone 9 friends).
Echeveria Care: As with all succulents, it is best to follow a "soak and dry" schedule where you water your plants deeply (until water runs out the bottom drain holes), and then allow your soil to dry completely before watering again. Succulents should always be planted in well-draining cactus and succulent soil and in a pot or container that has drain holes. Be sure to provide your Echeveria with plenty of bright sunlight to maintain its vibrant colors and compact form.
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