Written by Maggie
Dec 05 2020
Echeveria Cante plants are large and can be more than a foot (30.48 cm) in diameter.The plant was heat - resistant and drought - tolerant, the leaves were loose and spread out in summer, and the plant type was compact in winter.Under natural conditions it is not easy to tillering, and reproduction mainly depends on sowing.
The stems of the Echeveria cante can be up to 10 cm tall, 2 to 3 cm in diameter, with few lateral buds.
Echeveria Cante rosettes are up to 40 cm in diameter.
Echeveria Cante leaves are elliptic obovate, apex acute;The leaves are about 18 cm long, 7 cm wide and about 0.6 cm thick.It is flat or hollow in the middle facing upward.The leaf blade is covered with thick white powder, mauve in full sunlight, margin red.
Echeveria Cante usually has 1 to 2 inflorescences, all covered with white powder, thyrses, up to 45 -- 60 cm long, base ± 1 cm in diameter.There are usually five branches, each with 4-12 flowers.Fleshy pedicels are 0.2-0.7 cm long and up to 0.4 cm in diameter.
Echeveria Cante flowers Sepals are erect, 1.0 -- 1.5 cm long.The corolla is 2 cm long, base 1.0 -- 1.5 cm in diameter, outside covered with white powder, orange to pink;The scales of nectar are yellowish pink.
Echeveria Cante is found in Mexico, Zacatecas state.
Echeveria Cante was heat - and drought-tolerant, with relatively loose leaves in summer and relatively compact plant type in winter.Under natural conditions it is not easy to tiller, and reproduction mainly depends on sowing.