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Mexican Snowball is known as a bluish gray type of rosette succulent that can gradually spread or mound in tight low growing colonies. The edges of the leaves have a rounded shape. This succulent produces small pink flowers. This succulent is highly suitable for filling rock crevices. Commonly used for succulent weddings and elegant arrangements.

Scientific Name: Echeveria Elegans 'Mexican Snowball'

Origin: Mexico

Plant Type: Succulent

Size: Up to 8”

Propagation: Propagation is mainly by leaf, stem, or root cuttings during the spring season.

Growth Habit: Mounding rosette

Light: Soft to full sunlight

Water: During the growth season, water it moderately. That is, only water when the soil is too dry but do not overwater it to prevent the roots from rotting. Also, do not water this succulent when it is in dormant state. Make sure that the soil has a good drainage medium for the plant to thrive. This is considered a drought tolerant plant. Keep this plant dry until springtime comes.

Zone: 9 to 11

Temperature: This succulent does best in warm climates. This is more resistant to cold than the rest of its varieties. Therefore, it makes for an excellent container or rock garden plant that will only need winter protection occasionally.

Fertilizer: During the growing season of spring and summer, apply liquid fertilizer.

Tips: Plant in a well draining soil and use fertilizer to bolster the plants natural defenses against pests.