Echeveria Pink Champagne Care And Propagation | 14 Easy Care Tips |

Echeveria Pink Champagne is a hybrid succulent which you cannot commonly spot.  This is a hybrid from Hyun Sook Lee, a researcher and plant breeder from Korea. 

In fact, this is a hybrid of Echeveria agavoides Rome and Echeveria laui.  Although they are called pink Echeveria you could spot them in colors such as in white, red, green and in purple.

Many succulent gardeners tend to collect Echeveria Pink Champagne plants purely due to the attractiveness and due to the uniqueness, it has. 

So, if this information has already tempted you to acquire one of these plants, it is important that you educate yourself of their basic growing conditions first.  

Echeveria Pink Champagne plants could be looked after well if you practice basic growing techniques.

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How do I identify Echeveria Pink Champagne?

Echeveria Pink Champagne plants form in rosette types. As aforesaid you could spot them in a wide array of colors. 

Literally you may spot them in pale blue green, silvery gray etc. Moreover, they will consist of shades of pink, purple, green red and in cream colors as well. 

If these plants go through stress, those colors will further intensify. Plants will go through stress depending on the growing conditions and on season as well.

Further you may identify these plants from its flowering activity also. They will produce flowers in bright orange, and they will form in groups or in clusters. 

Their leaves would be somewhat chubby and fleshy. Echeveria Pink Champagne plants would be about 10 inches in width.

In terms of the sizes of the leaves they  would be 5 inches long  and 1 inch wide.


Echeveria Pink Champagne plants will be about 25 cm (12 inches) in width.


Echeveria Pink Champagne plants tend to grow slowly. Having said that, they would still look very attractive despite the slow growth pattern they have.

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One look care guide

Botanical NameEcheveria ‘Pink Champagne’
Common NameEcheveria ‘Pink Champagne’
Plant TypeSucculent
Mature Size25 cm (12 inches) in width.
Sun ExposureFull Sunlight to Partial sunlight
Soil TypeWell-draining
Soil pHaround 6.0.                
Bloom TimeSpring Autumn
Flower ColorBright orange
Hardiness ZonesUSDA hardiness zones 9b-11b -3.9°C (25°F).
Native AreaKorean Hybrid
Average price10 USD

14 ways care for Echeveria Pink Champagne

Echeveria Pink Champagne plants are easy to care for. If you fulfil the basic requirements, they will thrive well and flourish. Further they would be handy to use for existing terrariums or for centerpieces as well.

Light Requirement 

Echeveria Pink Champagne plants would thrive well in places where they can gain full sunlight.  

If you find it difficult to supply enough sunlight, you should consider placing them near a grow light so that the plant health would be benefitted from that. 

Ideally you need to keep them closer to the brightest sunny spot at your home. Having said that, do not expose them to intense sunlight also. 

If you do so chances are that there could be sunburns in the plant.

When you grow them, best would be to expose them for at least six hours of sunlight. They can withstand the partial sunlight for the rest of the day.

Temperature and humidity

When it comes to the temperature aspect of the Echeveria Pink Champagne plants, an average temperature of 65 degrees Fahrenheit – 70 degrees Fahrenheit during summer would suit them the best.

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When the winter weather conditions are predicted, you need to protect these plants from temperatures below 50 degrees Fahrenheit. 

If you expose them for colder temperatures than that, it could make the Echeveria Pink Champagne plants frozen. Ultimately it will lead to rot. 

Chances are that they would go dormant during colder weather conditions too. If you have grown them outdoors, I urge you to bring them indoors to safeguard the plants during colder weather conditions. 

That will allow the plants to stay healthy and they will not get impacted from the drastic weather condition changes.  

Is it cold hardy?

Echeveria Pink Champagne plants are not frost hardy plants and you need to protect them from frost conditions.

Hardiness Zone

Echeveria Pink Champagne plants are better to grow in USDA hardiness zones 9b-11b -3.9°C (25°F).

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Watering Requirement

It is important that you water these plants properly unless it would cause wilting, shriveling, dropping leaves etc. 

Their water requirement is more like other succulents in general. You do not have to water them heavily since they have also got water conserved in their leaves.

However, when you water them, it is important that you water them during summer and in spring. Once you water them, ensure that the entire soil surface is moist evenly. 

Do not water them to make the soil soggy. They could stay in wet soil for a maximum of two days to three days only. 

Hence, avoid over watering them. If you have planted them in a pot which does not have drainage holes, you may drill one or two draining holes to let the excess water move through.

Further when you water the Echeveria Pink Champagne plants, avoid spilling water on the leaves as it would cause unnecessary trouble such as rot in the plant. 

You need to be mindful of this particularly when you are watering the indoor grown Echeveria Pink Champagne plants. 

That is simply because the outdoor grown plants’ water could dry out faster. Having said that, it could create spots on the leaf’s waxy layers though.

In addition to above, I recommend using a spout watering can or a squeeze bottle to water the Echeveria Pink Champagne plants. That will allow you to control the amount of water you provide them. Keep in mind to water the soil only when it is  dry only..

Soil Requirement Type / pH

Echeveria Pink Champagne plants will perform well in a soil mix which has good drainage

Ideally, you may grow them in a succulent soil mix or in a cactus soil mix. That is very convenient for you as well. In terms of the right ph. of the soil, it should ideally be around 6.0.

If you find it difficult to get a succulent soil mix, you could simply grow them in sand and all-purpose potting medium. 

Make sure you blend them in equal parts when making this. If you wish to test it before using, you may simply squeeze some moist soil and check whether it crumbles apart when you release it. 

If it does, you have got the right soil mix. On another note. Best is to  change the soil mix of them once every two years. Further you need to do it in the warm season.  

Flowering and Fragrance

Echeveria Pink Champagne plants produce flowers in bright orange

They would usually flower during summer, and in Autumn.

Pot size Potting and Repotting

When it comes to selecting the right pot size, best is to go ahead with smaller sized pots. 

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To be precise, you should proceed with a pot which is slightly larger than the root ball. If you let them grow in larger pots, it would make the plant more vulnerable for root rot. 

The reason behind that is because, larger post could retain more moisture within the pot. 

If you insist on having a larger pot, make sure they have at least adequate draining holes so that excess water could drain through.

It terms of repotting; you may do it if required. Having said that, a warm season would be the most appropriate season to do it.  

Before proceeding, you should make sure that your soil mix is dry enough and only after that you could resume the proceedings of repotting.  

  • To start off, take out the plant from the pot.  Next shake off the plant and remove the older soil around the roots of the plants. 
  • After that,check whether the plant is healthy and whether there are any damaged parts.  If there are any, you could snip them off and treat them with a fungicide after that.
  • As the next step, you may place the plant in the pot and keep filling the potting medium. When you transplant them, ensure that the plant is well established. in the pot.  
  • After that make sure the plant withers for about one week’s time. That will avoid having any potential root rot. After that you could commence watering them.
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Where to Plant 

It is important that you plant the Echeveria Pink Champagne in a place where they can gain strong sunlight. 

As such when you plant them in a garden ensure that they get adequate sunlight. As aforesaid you need to expose them for full sunlight and for partial shade. 

That will allow them to grow vigorously. You may grow them both indoors and outdoors. However, ensure you expose them for adequate sunlight when you grow them indoors.

In terms of the weather conditions, they could survive in a minimum temperature around -3.9°C (25°F).

If you live in much colder conditions, best is to grow them indoors whilst ensuring you are fulfilling its sunlight requirement.

Apart from that, you should go ahead with a pot which is explained aforesaid.

Fertilizer and time of year

Echeveria Pink Champagne would prefer to get fed with a balanced fertilizer. Ideally you need to use one with a 20:20:20 ratio and use it at quarter strength on the matured plants

If you want to feed them young plants, go ahead with a fertilizer which has a less component of nitrogen.  

If not, you may also use a liquid fertilizer but once you dilute it for 2- 4 times only. Further keep in mind that Echeveria Pink Champagne is not heavily dependent on fertilizers. 

Having said that, the plant’s growth would be benefitted from that.


Echeveria Pink Champagne are winter dormant plants.

Can be toxic to pets

Echeverias in general are not toxic for pets. And there is no record of this succulent being toxic to any animal.

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Common bugs and illnesses

Echeveria Pink Champagne is usually quite resistant towards pests and for diseases

Having said that, there could be certain occasions where they come across mealybug attacks. If you do not get rid of the older leaves it could even attract other bugs and pests and create further problems.

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Mealybugs usually depend on the Echeveria Pink Champagne plant’s sap. You could spot them in white and they would be usually seen as cotton waxy substances. 

They tend to form in clusters and to occupy areas such as spines, leaves and stems of the plants. They could be so dangerous since they could go unnoticed. 

Hence it is important that you keep checking the plants closely so that you could identify if there are any pests.  Whenever you spot any, make sure that you attend to them immediately and do the needful.

You could avoid many of these issues if you take care of them well. Literally you should expose them for sufficient sunlight and grow them in a right soil mix which is free draining. 

Most importantly, water them properly without making faults. 

If you end up over watering your Echeveria Pink Champagne plants, there is a high probability of having root rot in the plants. 

In addition to that it would make the plant more vulnerable for other bacterial and fungal infections as well. Apart from that it could cause yellowing, wilting as well.

Apart from the above, if the Echeveria Pink Champagne runs out of sufficient sunlight, they tend to become misshapen and etiolated. 

To treat that you need to expose them to bright sunlight. On the other hand,exposing them for intense sunlight could create sunburns in the plant too. 

Special Care tips

Echeveria Pink Champagne requires easy maintenance from you. You simply have to do the following.

  • Grow them in a soil medium which is free draining
  • Provide them a pot which has sufficient draining holes.
  • Supply them adequate sunlight levels, but do not expose them for direct sunlight 
  • Watering should be done only when their soil is dry.
  • Safeguard the plants from frost conditions
  • Consider repotting them preferably once every couple of years and in a fresh soil mix.
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3 methods to propagate Echeveria Pink Champagne

Propagating by leaves

  1. If you wish to proceed with this method, you simply have to obtain a leaf gently from the mother plant.
  2. Make sure you are selecting a healthy leaf and you are obtaining the whole leaf from the plant without leaving any part of it on the plant.
  3. if you use damaged leaves, it is very unlikely that your propagation will succeed. 
  4. However, when you obtain the healthy leaves, let them develop callous and only after that plant them in a well-draining soil mix. Once you spot the soil is dry you may water them.

Propagating by Cuttings

  1. Once you practice the cutting method to propagate the Echeveria Pink Champagne, first you need to make a leaf cutting from the mother plant.
  2. Using a clean sharp knife or a pair of scissors.   
  3. Once you take off the cutting, let it develop callous just like in the leaf method.
  4. Next you may plant them in a well-draining potting medium. Water them lightly when the soil is dry.

Propagating by seeds

This is not recommended to do even though it is possible to do. If you still wish to do it you simply have to place them in a well-draining soil mixture.

Further you may try doing this only for the Echeveria Pink Champagne grown outdoors.

Echeveria Pink Champagne plant benefits

Echeveria Pink Champagne are useful as houseplants. They would grace the entire set up when you grow them.


Before wrapping this up, trust you were able to realize that this is such a graceful plant once they grow to their fullest.

They will look so attractive when you grow them as solitary plants or along with other plants. If you manage to fulfil their growing requirements, they will flourish to be some amazing plants.

So hurry up, grab your Echeveria Pink Champagne plant and get that amazing experience with growing them.

Credit to: Kalei Plants
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I’m Dr. Chamika, As a hobby love talking about plants and showing you that taking care of indoor plants. My website is knowledge I’ve learned over the years and continue to learn about growing succulents. If you’re a succulent lover, then you have come to the correct place.