Echeveria Lola


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Description

Echeveria 'Lola' is a very popular succulent with a very unique shape and beautiful green leaves with a hint of lavender, pink, and light blue. This succulent was created in 1980 by echeveria hybridizer Dick Wright. It also has a thick white powdery substance on its leaves, that substance is called farina and it protect the succulent from sun damage. The rosettes can grow up to be 6 inches in diameter. It will also produce beautiful coral like bell-shaped flowers that are yellow or pink in the spring.  

Quick Look:

Can be Grown Indoors or Outdoors

Light Requirements: Full sun, partial shade

Primary Colors: White

Secondary Colors: Pink, light blue, lavander

Maximum Height: 3"-5"

Maximum Rosette Size: 5"-8"

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

Not Cold Hardy

Propagation: Leaves, cuttings, seeds.

Echeveria 'Lola' Care

Echeveria 'Lola' will need 6 hours of full sunlight every single day so it can avoid etiolation and so it can produce its beautiful bright colors. It will also need some partial shade so it can take a break from the sun and avoid damage. If growing indoors, make sure to place it in an area that gets enough sunlight or try grow lights.

Echeveria 'Lola' isn't cold hardy, it will grow unhealthy and most likely die in frost and freezing temperatures. If the weather in your location gets under 30 degrees then this succulent will need to be moved and grown indoors. 

The best soil for Echeveria 'Lola' would be fast/well draining succulent soil, this will help prevent overwatering and root rot. Root rot can easily kill a succulent and it occurs when there's too much water in the soil. Fast/well draining succulent soil prevents water by drying up water fast than most soils. It's also very important to use a succulent pot with a drainage hole. This also helps prevent overwatering and root rot because the excess water drains at the bottom of the hole.

Give the Echeveria 'Lola' water 1-2 days a week or when the soil looks or feels very dry. This succulent doesn't need or want too much water, so make sure you don't overwater it. Make sure to keep track of the exact last time you watered this succulent. Be on the lookout for under watering and overwatering signs and symptoms. 

It's also very important that you don't get water on the leaves of this succulent. Water on the leaves may cause a fungus if it gets way too much water on them. The leaves will eventually fall off into the soil, this will attract succulent pests such as mealybugs. Just make sure you water the soil and not get water on its leaves.

Echeveria 'Lola' Propagation: 

If you are trying to propagate the Echeveria 'Lola' then its best to propagate from cuttings or leaves. Just get some clippers and cut some leaves and cuttings, but be very gentle. After cutting the leaves or cuttings you must make sure that they sit out to form a callus. Let them sit out for 2-4 days or until a callus forms. Once a callus forms then go ahead and plant the leaves or cuttings in fast/well draining succulent soil. Then go ahead and water them 2-3 days a week and grow them in full shade for about a week and then switch to full sun. For more information on propagating succulents, check out our article. 

 

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