Echeveria 'Etna'


The leaves of Echeveria 'Etna' sport a range of shades of frosty blue, soft lavender, and rich violet, complete with ruffled pink margins. What really sets ‘Etna’ apart, however, are the warty bumps across the upper surface of each leaf, which are called ‘caruncles.’ The texture these provide, coupled with the large 12-inch rosettes, make this variety an incredibly unique addition to any indoor arrangement or outdoor rock garden, provided it is above Zone 10!

Like all richly hued Echeveria, bright light is the key to the best display of color, and will also help maintain the compact growth form of the rosettes. Beyond this lighting requirement, the key to success for ‘Etna’ is to avoid overwatering. By potting the plant in a well-draining and porous soil mixture, placing it in a location with ample airflow, and watering thoroughly on a very infrequent basis, you will be well on your way to success with this highly textural succulent variety!

**Please Note: This plant is not available for wholesale**

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