-The accepted scientific name is Echeveria elegans. Other names include:
- Echeveria perelegans
- Echeveria toposina
-It is native of Mexico.
-Echeveria albicans is a stemless, glabrous, compact Echeveria, whose thick, pale olive leaves in rosettes can grow up to 10 cm across.
-Echeveria albicans is a slow-growing, ground-covering succulent. Use very porous soil, that allows a good drainage. Bright light is essential to prevent “stretching” in Echeverias. Water the plant when the soil is dry to the touch, keep it almost dry in winter. It is frost sensitive.
-It can be propagated by seeds or cuttings.
-Echeveria albicans is used as an ornamental plant in gardens or as a potted plant.
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