Echeveria Lola is a beautiful succulent, hybrid between the echeveria Lilacina and echeveria Derenbergii. The plant was cultivated by the famous echeveria breeder Dick Wright and it can be commonly found in Mexico or Central America. The Lola rosette can grow to be about 6” wide and about 4-6” tall with tightly stacking, greyish, blue hued leaves.
Water generously when soil is dry.
50% potting mix 50% non organic material (pumice or perlite).
Fish emulsion, kelp solution, worm casting, shrimp compost.
Leaf or stem cuttings
INSTRUCTIONS FOR ROOTING CUTTINGS
Place cutting on top of the soil. Roots should form in the following two weeks. Plants should be in bright shade during the rooting period. Water the cutting sparingly when there is root and only water when the soil is dry. After cutting has rooted, to avoid leaves from getting burnt, acclimatize the plant to outdoors.