Pachyveria Bea – Succulent Plant


This amazing looking succulent is a rosette-forming succulent rise up to 6 inches (15 cm) tall, with light bluish-gray, elongated and pointed leaves. 

The appearance of Pachyveria is similar to its parent plants Pachyphytum and Echeveria Types.


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Plant Details

  • Plant Size: Approximately 2-4 inches in overall height, from bottom of pot to top leaf and 2-4 inches spread
  • Other name(s): Pachyveria bea succulent 
  • Plant Type: Succulent, Flower (Red-Orangish)
  • Plant Placement: Indoors or Outdoors
  • Bloom Season: Summer
  • Maximum Reachable Height: Up to 6 inches
  • Difficulty: Easy to grow and low maintenance 


What’s Included

  • Plant: Pachyveria Bea Succulent  (1)
  • Pot: 3 inch Grower Round Plastic Pot (Black) (1)


Please Note

  • All images displayed are of real products
  • Actual plant may vary from the picture with respect to size and appearance
  • As they are natural being and each plant differ from each other 
  • These are natural plants and required to be handled with love and care
  • Pot design and color are subject to availability 
  • The actual delivery time may differ depending on the availability of the product


Care Tips


  • This is light loving plant and given plenty of light – full sun or partial shade
  • Place it in a sunny spot like a terrace or patio to ensure they get lots of natural sunlight
  • However, if placing them outside during the summer months, protect them from too much direct sunlight by providing them with some shade
  • During the winter, they will fend-well indoors. Give them plenty of light to ensure good and compact growth



  • Pachyveria needs thorough watering to keep the leaves from shriveling up when the soil feels dry to the touch
  • Too much ‘extra’ water on the leaves can affect the appearance of the fine, waxy surface over time
  • Overwatering can also rot the roots and force the plant to fall over
  • During the summer months, fed the plant once or twice
  • In the winter if the plant is in a cool position, the needs no feeding at all


Soil and Transplanting

  • Pachyveria grows best in well-drained soil cactus soil
  • Transplanting should be done once or if the plant outgrows its current pot



  • Be careful not to allow the plants to stay too warm; otherwise, their growth tends to become stretched and soft



  • Propagate from cuttings
  • Use both leaf cuttings and stems with complete rosettes can produce new plants but stems will produce faster results
  • When using a stem cutting, wait for the cut surface dry for a few days
  • Place the stem cutting in moist cactus soil and keep the plant out of direct sunlight
  • After a few days, the cuttings will begin to take root


Pests and Disease

  • Pachyveria is susceptible to aphids and thrips and
  • A soil drench combined with a systemic insecticide solution and water is usually enough to get rid of them
  • In case of any mealy bugs and scale insects, remove them with a toothpick


Suggested Pachyveria Uses

  • Given their beautifully diverse appearance, Pachyverias are great options for decorative houseplants
  • Grow them indoors and in the greenhouse
  • Over time, they can even grow to take on a bonsai-like appearance



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