Echeveria First Lady


There are more than a thousand different Echeveria varieties available and First Lady is a standout. We love it for the ruffled leaves, which are often edged in pink if it gets enough light or exposure to cool temperatures. First Lady Echeveria adds beauty to windowsills, desks, and even living walls where you can enjoy its beautiful color and intriguing texture. Like other succulents, its low water needs make it perfect if you’re always on the go, or as a gift for plant beginners. This easy-care succulent is shipped fresh from our farm, direct to your door and price includes shipping, handling, and a heat pack if necessary.

  • Slowly grows 12 inches wide as it matures
  • Distinctively beautiful variety that grows well with other cacti and succulents
  • Long-lived and forgiving when grown indoors

Light Level: Direct Sunlight

This plant loves direct sunlight. Place it by a window or on a porch that gets direct, natural light for at least a portion of the day.

Water Level: Not Thirsty

This plant can go several weeks without water. Only water it when the soil dries out completely and be careful not to over-water.

Quick Tips

Echeveria grows best indoors with lots and lots of light. It thrives both with natural sunlight inside, plant lights, or a combination of both.

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Size Guide
Echeveria First Lady | medium

Plant Bio

Echeveria First Lady

An outstanding cultivar you’re sure to love as much as we do, Echeveria First Lady has blue-green leaves that develop pink edges and may become entirely reddish-pink in color if it gets enough light. When happy, it shows off clusters of pinky-orange bell-shaped flowers on stems that rise above the foliage.

Indoors, give succulents like Echeveria as much light as you can. It grows best within 1 to 3 feet of an unobstructed east- or west-facing window or the equivalent from plant lights. It likes average household temperatures and tolerates low humidity levels. Water your Echeveria as the three-quarters or so of the potting mix dries to the touch. Acclimate it to the sun prior to growing it outdoors if you wish to enjoy it outside. This will prevent unsightly sunburn.

Note: This plant may have some natural degree of toxicity and may cause discomfort or illness if ingested. Additionally, exposure to the sap of this plant may cause discomfort to individuals with a sensitivity to it upon contact. It is grown for ornamental purposes and not intended for human or animal consumption.

Echeveria First Lady | medium

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