This beautiful succulent is nearly a white rosette. Echeveria pollux has wide silver leaves and the large rosette grows to 8" in diameter. The leaves of this echeveria have a thick waxy coating called farina that gives it a powdery looks. When grown in bright light it develops faintly lavender undertones. Not cold hardy.
You'll receive approx. a 3-4" pot sized plant.
All plants are shipped bare root with an established, healthy root system.
Cold Hardiness Zones:
9-11; View Map
Cold Hardy to 25° to 35°F
Echeveria are some of the most colorful and spectacular succulent plants. They grow very large with thick succulent leaves in a rosette form. Echeveria succulent plants are originally from Mexico and Central America. Bell shaped flowers on long stems can be yellow, orange, red or pink. Some varieties are more tolerant of wet and cold than others. All echeveria can withstand fairly cold temperatures if the soil they are planted in is dry and there isn't any water on the leaves. Frequent rain and cold on their leaves will cause rot and disease. As the plants grow, remove the dead leaves at the plant's base. Echeveria can look amazing in containers, and mass plantings.