Echeveria Elegans Mexican Snowball, is the most recognizable echeveria. It possess a pale bluish-green, spoon-shaped leaves that can grow up to 2.6-inches long and 0.8-inches wide, and blooms a pinkish-red flowers with yellow tips from late Winter to mid-Summer.
|Foliage||leaves tend to be thick and fleshy, but some genus and species have thicker leaves than others|
|Mature Size||range from 2cm up to 365cm|
|Watering||indoor succulents should be watered every 14-21 days|
|Light||varies on species|
|Toxicity||Euphorbias and Kalanchoes are the only two succulent plants that are considered poisonous. Most succulents are completely harmless to animals. Additionally, most animals instinctively avoid eating succulents|
|Pests||cale, mealy bugs and root mealy bugs, spiders mites & fungus mites|
|Problems||Mildew and Fungus|