Written by Maggie
Feb 03 2021
Echeveria Lola is a succulent plant of the genus Lycophagus in the Chrysanthemum family, derived from a cross between Lena lotus and Jingiya. The breeder was Dick Wright of California, USA. The tightly arranged grayish-green leaves of Echeveria Lola are delicate and elegant in outline, and in sunny conditions, Echeveria Lola shows an elegant pinkish color, rather like small jade roses. Echeveria Lola is one of the representative species of the genus Pseudomonas.
Echeveria Lola height is 5~7 cm, rosette diameter 8~10 cm, old plant diameter up to 20 cm. Leaf-blade is fleshy, with white cream powder; Ovoid, apex has a small tip, the margin is translucent; Generally, echeveria lola is grayish-green, in the sunshine, temperature difference of the environment to light pink or lilac. Cymes, flowers pale red. Flowering peripd is in winter or spring.
Echeveria Lola likes the sunny, dry and cool environment. It is resistant to drought, humidity and heat, and does not require excessive fertilization.
The leaves of Echeveria Lola are beautiful in shape and color and have certain ornamental value, but like other succulents, they do not have the ability of radiation protection. Echeveria Lola can be embellished in sunny and well-ventilated places such as terraces and gardens. Fresh cut flowers of Echeveria Lola can also be used as bouquets for high-end weddings. Echeveria Lola has a good ornamental effect when paired with other plants of the genus Lotus.
The key to Echeveria Lola maintenance is water and light, and the key to leaf color is light and temperature difference.
In spring and autumn, Echeveria Lola growth is vigorous, suitable for plant division, leaf insertion and other propagation work. This is when the temperature difference between day and night is great and Echeveria Lola is at its best; Put Echeveria Lola in the outdoor curing, leaf compact, bright color, but beware of pests.
Summer is the most difficult and critical period for Echeveria Lola conservation; Especially in hot and humid, the Echeveria Lola is the easiest to rot or breed pests and diseases. Echeveria Lola grows slowly at this time. In order to avoid rot, breeding bacteria should reduce watering, above 32 degrees and high humidity stop watering. Avoid exposure, do not have to completely move into the room, but can pull a sunshade net. Pay attention to ventilation.
The minimum tolerance of 2 degrees Celsius, winter low temperature should be moved to the plant insulation in the sunroom, or placed indoors in the sun.
Echeveria Lola mainly has leaf and cutting propagation. Echeveria Lola can also be sown propagation.