Echeveria Black Prince


Echeveria Black Prince generally flowers in early Autumn. The flowers are a beautiful blood red colour and the rosette itself can grow up to 15 cm tall. Leaves are a deep green to dark brown in full sun to semi shade however with more sun exposure and a little stress the leaves can turn a bright orange.

A great centrepiece for any arrangement as it is one of the darkest Echeverias in existence.  Black Prince are not cold hardy,  if your area experiences frost it is best to keep them in a greenhouse or similar throughout winter. It is extremely prone to aphids and mealy bugs so it is best to keep a close eye on it in the flowering season (generally Autumn – Winter).

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