ruffled purple and green leaves on echeveria rosea succulent plant low maintenance beautiful succulent houseplant echeveria rosea
ruffled purple and green leaves on echeveria rosea succulent plant low maintenance beautiful succulent houseplant echeveria rosea

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Echeveria 'Rosea' Succulent

Echeveria 'Rosea'

The ruffled leaves on the Echeveria Rosea feature hues of purple, green, and blue for an eye-catching addition to your succulent or houseplant collection.

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Echeveria 'Rosea' Tiny Cabbage Plants for Sale Online

The Tiny Cabbage Plant (Echeveria Rosea) is a low-maintenance succulent ideal for hanging baskets, rock gardens, or container gardens in the warm areas of zones 9 through 11. For the rest of the country, they are perfectly suited to be houseplants when placed in a bright area.

The ruffled leaves of greyish-purple are slow-growing, so your plant will remain fairly compact. Succulents look especially great when planted together in a shallow dish. We recommend pairing your Echeveria Rosea with a Money Maker Jade Plant or an Othonna Ruby Necklace.


Hardiness Zone: 9-11
Mature Height: 6 to 12 Inches
Mature Width: 20 Inch
Classification: Colorful foliage
Sunlight: Fluorescent to bright indirect
Habit: Compact habit, densely branching, insignificant flower
Foliage: Green, purple
Soil Condition: Likes to dry out some between watering
Water Requirements: If unsure, do not water
Uses: Attractive plant to be featured or in the background of any room in the house, does well with minimal care
Growzone: 9-11 Echeveria 'Rosea' Succulent Hardiness Zone 9-11

How to Care for Echeveria 'Rosea' Succulent

After purchasing your Echeveria Rosea Plant, be sure to read our recommended care instructions to ensure a healthy and happy succulent for years to come.

How often do I water my Echeveria Rosea plant?

How often do I water my Echeveria Rosea plant?

Once established, water your succulent plant infrequently. Their thick leaves are meant to carry water to allow for dry spells but they also make them more succeptible to overwatering. When caring for a young of newly potted plant, watering may need to be done more frequently.

What soil is best for my Echeveria Rosea succulent?

What soil is best for my Echeveria Rosea succulent?

While any potting mix will work just fine, we recommend using a rich nutritious mix that contains perlite and peat moss for optimal drainage; an example of this would be Espoma Organic Cactus Mix.

How do I repot my Tiny Cabbage Succulent?

How do I repot my Tiny Cabbage Succulent?

When the time is right to repot your succulent plant, choose a container that is no more than 2 inches wider than the current pot, and make sure it has drainage holes in the bottom. Layer rocks or clay pebbles at the bottom and cover with some cactus-mix potting soil. Carefully remove your succulent from the container and loosen the roots at the bottom. place your succulent in the pot where the top of the root system is level with the top of the pot; add soil if necessary. Backfill with more potting mix and water your plant slowly to encourage the roots to settle in their new home.

When should I fertilize my Succulent Tiny Cabbage Plant?

When should I fertilize my Succulent Tiny Cabbage Plant?

In order to promote healthy growth in your Echeveria Rosea, fertilize it in the spring, or when repotting. An all-purpose low-balanced fertilizer will work perfectly; it is up to user preference when deciding which type to use.


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