The Echeveria 'cubic frost' is an interesting succulent to have in your collection. What sets this apart from the others are its fleshy, distinctive upturned leaves. Their color can range from a lilac to lilac-pink tone.
Light: Most Echeverias thrive better in full sun to partial shade. If it starts stretching upwards without growing new leaves, it means that your succulent isn’t receiving enough light.
Water: The best way to water an Echeveria is to soak and let the soil dry out completely. Don’t let it sit in water for too long as that may cause root rot. Do this during the morning to allow the soil to drain and the excess water to evaporate.
Pot: Any container is fine so long as it’s the right size for the plant. You don’t want to get a pot bigger than your plant as this may cause your soil to get waterlogged. However, if you prefer to keep them at a manageable size on your desk, check out our collection of desk pots: https://potsforplants.ph/collections/desk-potsPacking List: For courier shipment, plants will be shipped uprooted, and air-dried. If you're from Metro Manila, and would want us to plant your succulent in your chosen pot, send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org with your plant and pots option.