Echeveria: A Spotlight on the Charming Rosette-Forming Succulent

Welcome to our in-depth guide on the Echeveria genus, a beloved member of the succulent family. With its characteristic rosette shape and diverse array of colors and textures, Echeveria is a popular choice among succulent enthusiasts and plant lovers alike. In this guide, we’ll explore the distinct features, common species, and care requirements of Echeveria, helping you create a thriving collection of these captivating plants.

Belonging to the Crassulaceae family, Echeveria is a genus of succulent plants native to Mexico and Central America. Boasting over 150 recognized species, these plants are celebrated for their attractive rosette shape, which can vary in size from just an inch to more than a foot in diameter. Echeveria leaves come in a range of colors, from soft pastel hues to vibrant greens and blues, often with a powdery or waxy coating called farina that helps protect them from harsh sunlight.

Echeveria 'Afterglow'
Echeveria 'Black Prince'
Echeveria 'Blue Bird'
Echeveria 'Elegans'
Echeveria 'Imbricata'
Echeveria 'Lola'
Echeveria 'Perle von Nürnberg'
Echeveria setosa
Echeveria 'Topsy Turvy'