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Echeveria Violet Queen , Succulent plant

(2 customer reviews)

1) Name of Plant (common name/ Scientific name )- succulent plant /Echeveria Violet Queen

2) Type of plant (Indoor/outdoor)- Indoor

3) Size of pot it comes in- 4 inches

4) Seasonal/ perennial-  Perennial

5) Flowering/ Foliage -Foliage

6) Place to keep- Bright Indirect light


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Echeveria ‘Violet Queen’

Description of Echeveria ‘Violet Queen’

Echeveria ‘Violet Queen’ is a fast-growing succulent with silvery leaves that point upwards like a lotus. When it’s thriving, the tips of its leaves turn pink. As it matures, it spreads into clusters of up to 20 rosettes. Look out for white or grey-green flowers in the spring. These plants can either keep their leaves year-round (evergreen) or shed them seasonally (deciduous). The flowers grow from short stalks (cymes) that emerge from dense rosettes of juicy, often brightly colored leaves. Echeveria plants are polycarpic, meaning they can flower and produce seeds multiple times in their lifespan.

Moreover, Echeveria species often produce many offsets, commonly known as “hen and chicks,” although this term can also refer to other genera like Sempervivum, which are different from Echeveria. Many Echeveria species play important ecological roles, such as serving as host plants for butterflies.

Features of Echeveria

  • Echeveria violet queen plants have fleshy, succulent leaves that store water, enabling them to survive in arid environments.
  • The leaves are often arranged in rosettes, which can vary in size and shape depending on the species.
  • Also echeverias produce flowers on short stalks (cymes) that emerge from the center of the rosettes.
  • Furthermore the flowers are often brightly colored and can range from shades of pink, red, orange, yellow, or white, depending on the species. 
  • Echeveria species are polycarpic, meaning they can flower and set seed multiple times over the course of their lifetimes.
  • Besides this characteristic contributes to their resilience and ability to reproduce.
  • In addition many Echeveria species produce offsets, also known as “pups” or “chicks,” around the base of the mother plant.
  • Moreover these offsets can be easily propagated to create new plants, making Echeverias popular among gardeners and collectors. 
  • Echeveria plants are often referred to as “hen and chicks,” a term that originated from the prolific production of offsets resembling a mother hen and her chicks.
  • However, it’s worth noting that this term can also apply to other genera, such as Sempervivum, which are different from Echeveria.
  • Also some species of Echeveria Violet Queen serve important ecological functions, such as providing habitat and food for pollinators like butterflies and bees.
  • Additionally, their ability to store water and prevent soil erosion  makes them valuable components of arid landscapes.

Quick Look

  • Partial sun to partial shade.
  • Typical water needs for a succulent.
  • Plant grows up to 5″ (12.7 cm) tall Plant grows up to 6″ (15 cm) wide.
  • Zone 9a (Minimum 20° F | -6.7° C).
  • Not cold hardy.
  • Propagation by leaves and offsets.
  • Moreover generally Echeveria Violet Queen are non-toxic.
  • Winter Dormant.
  • Also apply any organic fertilizer.

Disclaimer : The image is for reference purposes only. The actual product may vary in shape or appearance based on climate, age, height, etc.

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Sr No. Item name
1 Echeveria Violet Queen
2 Terracotta Pot/ Plastic Pot

Based on 2 reviews

5.0 overall

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  1. harsh.chaudhary0304

    Loved the plant, it was healthy when it arrived.
    Loved shopping with wildroots.


  2. tayyabforest

    beautiful… it’s on my office table.