Echeveria Colorata

Sale price$6.00


Echeveria 'Colorata' is a very beautiful succulent that has large silver-green, yellow-green rosettes with pretty pink tips. Its leaves have a very unique shape that are lance-shaped, that curl and point upwards. As it grows the rosettes will grow up to be 16 inches in diameter, it will also produce many offsets. This is a great succulent for beginners because it's very easy to grow. It will also grow yellow or pink flowers in the fall, making this succulent look even more attractive. 

Included in Purchase: You will receive 1 (2 inch) Echeveria Colorata succulent. This succulent will be shipped bare rooted without planting pots. Free shipping 1-3 days is included in every single order.

Quick Look: 

Can be Grown Indoors or Outdoors

Family: Crassulaceae

Subfamily: Sedoideae

Genus: Echeveria

Sunlight: Full sun to partial shade

Maximum Height: 8" tall, 6" wide

Hardiness Zone: Zone 9a (Minimum 20° F | -6.7° C)

Not Cold Hardy

Propagation: Cuttings, leaves, offsets

Echeveria Colorata Care

The Echeveria 'Colorata' must be grown in full sun so it can produce its bright colors and so it can avoid etiolation. This succulent will need at least 6 hours of sunlight every single day to grow healthy and happy. It's also important that you give this succulent some partial shade so it can avoid sun damage. This succulent isn't cold hardy, so don't grow it outdoors under 30 degree weather. It won't survive freezing temperatures or frost, so grow it indoors to avoid cold weather.

The echeveria colorata must be grown in fast/well draining succulent soil. Fast/well draining succulent soil is very important because it will help prevent overwatering and root rot. Also make sure you grow this succulent using a succulent pot with a drainage hole. This will also prevent overwatering and root rot because the excess water will drain out the bottom of the pot. 

When watering the echeveria colorata make sure that you water it only 1-2 days a week. Make sure to not overwater this succulent because overwatering causes root rot. Be on the lookout for under watering and overwatering symptoms. Be sure to not get water on the leaves of this succulent, this will cause fungus to grow on the leaves. The leaves will eventually fall into the soil attracting succulents pests such as mealybugs.

Echeveria Colorata Propagation:

The echeveria colorata can be propagated by stem cuttings, leaves, and seeds. Before propagation, make sure that your cuttings and leaves form a callus before planting. Let the leaves and cuttings sit out for 2-4 days or until a callus forms. Once the callus forms then go ahead and plant the cuttings or leaves in fast/well draining succulent soil. Water 2-3 days a week and give it at least 4 hours of sunlight and partial shade. For more details on propagation you can check out our article on how to propagate succulents.


All succulents will be shipped bare rooted without planting pots. This is a very safe and new way to ship live succulent plants without damaging them. They will be laying down secured in a tight box with tissue paper, paper towels, and some bubble wrap for sale travels. If you would like to receive the succulents with the pots and soil please leave us a message at checkout. 

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