A rare rosette forming succulent, Echeveria lauii with its pale blue green leaves is one of the most attractive of the genus.
Originally from Mexico it grows in a neat symmetrical habit and will flower with orange to pink flowers on tall stem.
Many hybrids and selected forms have become available in recent years including the well known Echeveria laui x lindsayana.
Another is E. ‘Moondust’, a slow-growing hybrid between Echeveria laui and Echeveria lilacina. E. ‘White Lotus’ a Laui x Cante cross,created by “Chang-jo & Air-magic” is another.
Well drained specialist succulent and cactus potting mix.
With this species avoid watering the leaves as this tends to mark them. In summer water when the soil dries out, usually no more than once every 14 days.
In winter water less, keeping the soil on the dry side at all times.
Best grown in good strong light however not hot afternoon sun in warmer climates. It is a succulent the will grow well in strong disused light.