PLANT OF THE WEEK - ECHEVERIA LOLA

Echeveria Lola - Botanical Bright Plant of the Week

Characterized by their greenish blue leaves with blushing pink tones, these echeveria are adored all over the world for their beautiful rosette shape!

These sun lovin' succulents were created by Dick Wright in 1980. They’re a hybrid of Lilacina and Derenbergii!

Lolas are slow growers, but if you're patient, you might just find some babies growing from their base (which give them their nick name "Mexican Hen and Chicks”!)

Did You Know?

Dick Wright named these beauties after his Aunt!

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A special thanks to Debra Lee Baldwin for the fun fact!

 

A few more Lola references:

A stressed, but insanely beautiful Lola! 

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They can get pretty tall (and omg that color gradient!! Below is an example of the "chicks" growing from the base of the plant!

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