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Echeveria elegans Succulent Plant in 3 inch (8 cm) Pot

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Original price ₹ 598
Original price ₹ 598
Original price ₹ 598
Current price ₹ 239
₹ 239
Current price ₹ 239
  • Delivery charges: ₹79 for entire order
  • Delivery time: 2-4 days
  • Delivery limited to Pune/PCMC

Synonyms: Mexican Snowball, White Mexican Rose, Echeveria 'Mexican Snowball'

Product Highlights
  • Beautiful rosette with pale blue-green leaves
  • Perfect for both indoor and outdoor settings
  • Low-maintenance and drought-tolerant succulent
  • Comes in a 3 inch (8 cm) pot, ideal for your succulent collection


Echeveria elegans, also known as Mexican Snowball, is a charming succulent native to Mexico. Its lovely rosette with pale blue-green leaves has made it a beloved choice among succulent enthusiasts.

Grow Instructions

Plant your Echeveria elegans in well-draining succulent soil and place it in bright, indirect light. Water sparingly and allow the soil to dry between waterings.

Care Instructions

  • Maintain a warm and consistent indoor temperature for optimal growth.
  • Prune to maintain the rosette shape and remove any damaged leaves or leggy growth.
  • Fertilize lightly with a succulent-specific fertilizer every 2-3 months during the growing season.
  • Repot when necessary to refresh the soil and provide space for growth.


The Echeveria elegans Succulent serves various purposes, including:

  • Indoor Décor: Add elegance to your indoor space with its beautiful rosette and soothing colors.
  • Succulent Arrangements: Enhance your succulent collection with this lovely and low-maintenance variety.
  • Gifts: Share the beauty of the Mexican Snowball with friends and loved ones.

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1. What is Echeveria elegans, and how do I care for it?

Echeveria elegans, often referred to as the Mexican Snowball, is a charming succulent with rosette-shaped leaves. To care for it, place it in bright, indirect sunlight and water sparingly. Allow the soil to dry out between waterings.

2. What size is the pot that comes with the plant?

Our Echeveria elegans comes in a 3-inch (8 cm) pot, providing ample space for its root system and healthy growth.

3. Can I keep this succulent indoors?

Absolutely, Echeveria elegans thrives as an indoor plant. Ensure it receives enough indirect light for optimal growth.

4. How often should I water my Echeveria elegans?

Water your succulent when the soil has dried out completely, typically every 2-3 weeks. It's crucial to allow the soil to dry out between waterings to prevent overwatering.

5. What type of soil is best for this succulent?

For best results, use a well-draining succulent or cactus potting mix, potentially enriched with perlite for improved drainage.

6. Does this plant require any special feeding?

Fertilize your Echeveria elegans with a balanced liquid fertilizer during the growing season (spring and summer) every 4-6 weeks. Avoid fertilizing during the dormant winter months.

7. How can I propagate Echeveria elegans?

Propagation is straightforward; take leaf or stem cuttings and allow them to dry for a day before planting in a well-draining soil mix.

8. Is Echeveria elegans safe for pets?

Yes, this succulent is non-toxic to pets, making it a safe choice for households with animals.

9. Can I place my Echeveria elegans on a windowsill with direct sunlight?

While it can tolerate some direct sunlight, it's best to provide bright, indirect light to prevent potential leaf damage.

10. What is the ideal temperature range for this plant?

Echeveria elegans thrives in temperatures between 60-75°F (15-24°C). Avoid exposing it to extreme cold or hot conditions.

11. Are there any common pests or diseases to watch out for?

This succulent is generally resistant to pests, but it's wise to inspect for mealybugs or spider mites. Address any infestations promptly.

12. How can I maintain the charming appearance of my Echeveria elegans?

To preserve its rosette shape and charming appearance, ensure your plant receives sufficient light. Pruning may be necessary to shape the succulent to your liking and maintain its captivating visual appeal.

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Radhika S
Great for Plant Enthusiasts

As a plant enthusiast, I am thrilled with this purchase. The plant arrived healthy and has become the star of my growing collection.

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Ideal for Green Thumbs

If you have green thumbs, this plant is a dream. It responds well to care and attention, rewarding plant enthusiasts with vibrant growth and health.

Devendra Rao K
Compact and Impactful

Despite its compact size, this plant is impactful. It catches the eye and becomes a focal point, proving that good things come in small packages.

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Artistic Display

Turn your living space into an artistic display with this plant. Its sculptural form and graceful growth pattern make it a living work of art.

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Compact and Impactful

Despite its compact size, this plant is impactful. It catches the eye and becomes a focal point, proving that good things come in small packages.