Echeveria Pulvinata ‘Frosty’ is a intriguing plant from the succulent family, native to the central American region. With varying shades of small furry leaves, this Echeveria is extremely eye catching. Like all succulents, this plant is great for the low-maintenance plant parent, it thrives on irregular watering and a bright space.
Echeveria Pulvinata ‘Frosty’ experiences dormancy during winter and should be watered irregularly in this season. In summer the plant prefers to dry out between watering. The Echeveria will thrive in a bright space on a South-East facing window. Afternoon sun will be too intense for this plant in the height of summer. Avoid watering onto the plant its self, as water that stays on the plant, rather than the soil, can cause fungal infections or result in rotting.
Echeveria Pulvinata ‘Frosty’ has almost microscopic ‘hairs’ across all of its leaves, one of its most striking characteristics, which should avoid being disturbed as these hairs help the plant protect its self form infection. With the correct position and care, this plant will grow into one of the weirdest, most loved succulents of any collection.
Size: this plant is about 10cm tall and between 10-15cm wide and comes in a plastic nursery pot 12cm big in diameter.
Care Tips: Low-Maintanence, sparing water, avoid touching the leaves
Light: dull sun but can tolerate low light
Water: sparingly, once a month in winter, every 2 weeks in summer
Soil: fast draining potting mix like cactus mix
On the picture with NAHK dotted ceramic planter.