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Echeveria big lotus, Echeveria mazarine - Succulent Plant

Echeveria big lotus, Echeveria mazarine - Succulent Plant

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Embark on a journey into the mesmerizing world of succulents with Vermi Organics' Echeveria big lotus Succulent Plant, also known as Echeveria mazarine. These stunning succulent plants are a testament to nature's artistry, featuring striking rosettes that add a touch of elegance to any collection. With their captivating hues and unique growth patterns, Echeveria big lotus and Echeveria mazarine are more than just plants; they are living sculptures that bring beauty and tranquility to both indoor and outdoor spaces.


Echeveria big lotus Succulent Plant and Echeveria mazarine belong to the Echeveria genus, a diverse group of succulents known for their rosette-shaped leaves and vibrant colors. Native to the arid regions of Central America, these succulents have adapted to thrive in dry, well-draining soils, making them resilient and low-maintenance choices for plant enthusiasts. The name "Echeveria" honors Mexican botanical artist Atanasio Echeverría y Godoy.


  1. Drought Tolerance: Echeveria big lotus Succulent Plants are well-adapted to arid conditions, allowing them to thrive with minimal water requirements. This makes them excellent choices for water-conscious gardeners.

  2. Aesthetic Appeal: The unique rosette structure and vibrant colors of Echeveria big lotus and Echeveria mazarine contribute to their aesthetic appeal, making them popular choices for succulent arrangements and gardens.

  3. Air Purification: Like many succulents, Echeverias participate in air purification by absorbing carbon dioxide during the day and releasing oxygen at night.

Type of Plant (Indoor or Outdoor):

Echeveria big lotus and Echeveria mazarine are versatile succulents that can thrive both indoors and outdoors, depending on the climate. They are well-suited for container gardening, making them ideal choices for those with limited outdoor space.


Caring for Echeveria big lotus and Echeveria mazarine involves providing the right conditions for their succulent nature to flourish:

  • Sunlight: Place the succulents in a location that receives plenty of bright, indirect sunlight. While they can tolerate some direct sunlight, protection from intense afternoon sun is advisable, especially in warmer climates.

  • Soil: Use a well-draining succulent or cactus mix to ensure the soil does not retain excess moisture, preventing root rot.

  • Watering: Allow the soil to dry out completely between waterings. Water sparingly, especially during the dormant winter months, to prevent overwatering.

  • Temperature: Echeverias prefer warm temperatures and are sensitive to frost. Protect them from cold temperatures and provide shelter in winter.

  • Container Gardening: If grown in containers, ensure they have drainage holes to prevent waterlogging. Repot as needed to refresh the soil and provide ample space for growth.

  • Fertilization: Feed sparingly with a balanced, water-soluble fertilizer during the growing season, typically spring and summer.

Common Names:

Echeveria big lotus and Echeveria mazarine are commonly known by their scientific names, reflecting their uniqueness within the Echeveria genus.


  • Size: Echeveria big lotus and Echeveria mazarine typically grow to a compact size, with rosettes ranging from 4 to 6 inches in diameter.

  • Color: The succulents display a captivating range of colors, including shades of blue-green, lavender, and pink, depending on factors such as sunlight exposure and stress.

  • Leaves: The leaves are fleshy, spoon-shaped, and arranged in a rosette pattern, creating a captivating symmetry.

Special Features:

Echeveria big lotus and Echeveria mazarine boast special features that contribute to their charm in succulent collections:

  • Rosette Formation: The distinctive rosette formation of their leaves adds a sculptural and architectural element to the plants.

  • Color Changes: The plants may exhibit changes in color based on factors such as sunlight exposure and seasonal variations, creating visual interest.

  • Offset Production: Echeverias are prolific producers of offsets, or "pups," allowing for easy propagation and expansion of your succulent collection.


  1. Succulent Arrangements: Echeveria big lotus and Echeveria mazarine are popular choices for succulent arrangements, both indoors and outdoors, due to their compact size and aesthetic appeal.

  2. Container Gardens: Grow them in containers on patios, balconies, or windowsills to add a touch of greenery to smaller spaces.

  3. Rock Gardens: Their resilience and low-water requirements make them suitable for rock gardens and dry landscapes.

  4. Indoor Décor: Echeverias thrive as indoor plants, bringing a touch of nature to homes while requiring minimal care.

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