Echeveria Cubic Frost


Sale price$6.00


Echeveria 'Cubic Frost' is a very unique, fairly fast growing succulent that can grow up to be 8 inches tall and about 10 inches in diameter. A large beautiful succulent with rosette distinctive wavy leaves. Its leaves stand out as they show lilac and pink lilac with upturned pointy tips. On its leaves there's a powder substance known as farina, this helps prevent this succulent from sunburn from excessive sunlight. This succulent will produce offsets and beautiful orange flowers in the summer.

Included in purchase: 1 (2 inch) echeveria cubic frost succulent, shipped bare rooted. Planting pots will not be included. Free 1-3 day shipping for every single order.

Quick Facts:

Can be Grown Indoors or Outdoors

Family:  Crassulaceae

Subfamily: Sedoideae

Genus: Echeveria 

Primary Color: Grey / Silver

Secondary Color: Pink, purple, black

Cold Hardiness: Zone 10 (30F)

Maximum Height: 6"-8"

Rosette Size: 8"+

Prefers Full Sun

Propagation: Stem cuttings, leaves, seeds.

Echeveria Cubic Frost Care Guide

Echeveria 'Cubic Frost' loves sunlight and will need enough sunlight to produce it's beautiful colors and to avoid etiolation. This succulent will need at least 6 hours of sunlight every single day to grow healthy. This succulent isn't cold hardy and will not survive freezing temperatures and frost. Make sure to grow indoors if weather is below 30 degrees, it will freeze in anything under 30 degrees.

Echeveria 'cubic frost' must be grown using fast/well draining succulent soil. Fast/well draining succulent soil will prevent root rot from taking over this succulent. Make sure you also use a succulent pot with a drainage hole. A succulent pot with a drainage hole will drain all the excess water out the bottom of the pot, keeping the soil dry and not wet, also helping prevent root rot.

When it comes to watering the echeveria cubic frost, make sure to only water it 1-2 days a week or when the soil looks or feels very dry. If this succulent is showing dry/wrinkled leaves then it's being underwatered. If it's showing mushy/moldy leaves then it's being overwatered. Make sure to keep track of the exact last time you watered this succulent. Never let the water touch the leaves of this succulent. Wet leaves will allow fungus to grow, making the leaf fall on the succulent and into the soil. This will attract succulent pests like mealybugs.

Repot as needed, and definitely repot after ordering. Before repotting make sure the soil is completely dry, also be very gentle when removing the pot. Repot in fast/well draining succulent soil then water immediately. For more information on how to repot succulents check out our article.

Echeveria Cubic Frost Propagation: 

Echeveria cubic frost can be propagated from stem cuttings, leaves, or seeds. Before doing any propagation be sure to make sure your cuttings or leaves form a callus. Let the leaf or cutting sit out for 2-4 days, after that you will see a callus. Plant the cutting or leaf in fast/well draining succulent soil and then water about 1-3 days a week. For more information on how to propagate succulents check out our article. 

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