Echeveria peacockii

Common Name: White Echeveria

Echeveria peacockii, commonly known as White Echeveria is a snowy white rosettes up to 10 inches across bloom with spritzes of pastel orange flowers in the summer. A dramatic accent in rock gardens or pots, this is one of the few hens and chicks that we find reliable in the landscape for the long term. Interestingly enough, it looks almost identical to the white Dudleyas, which folks find almost impossible to grow or keep alive- so it’s a great sub! Coastal full sun, to part shade in hot climates.

  • Type: Succulent
  • Exposure: Coastal Full Sun/Inland Part Shade
  • Height: 3 Inches
  • Width: 10 Inches
  • Hardy To: 28° F
  • Blooms: Pastel Orange during Summer