Echeveria Trumpet Pinky | Amazing Trumpet Shape Succulent |

Echeveria Trumpet Pinky are such an amazing plant in the succulent world. They are renowned for their tubular shaped monstruosa

Echeveria Trumpet Pinky is a  hybrid formation of  Echeveria Shaviana x Echeveria cante. They would be handy as indoor succulents as well as outdoor succulents.

When they are in stress due to winter and due to strong sunlight, it will make them turn light pink. 

Echeveria Trumpet Pinky plants are easy growing plants. Pig nose is a common name for these plants, and they have inherited this name due to the leaf shape.

Echeveria Trumpet Pinky

How do I identify  Echeveria Trumpet Pinky?

Echeveria Trumpet Pinky plants are tubular in shape.

Echeveria Trumpet Pinky plants originally come from Korea. Despite the name called pinky, they stay in silver blue color during most of their growth. 

Further their leaves will also be covered with thick white powder.Their leaves would be tube shaped and they would curl and create a look of trumpets. 

Size of the plant

Echeveria Trumpet Pinky plants would be about 4-6 cm in size when they grow to their best potential.

Growth rate

Echeveria Trumpet Pinky are a moderately growing plants.

One look care guide

Botanical NameEcheveria Trumpet Pinky
Common NameEcheveria  Pinky
Plant TypeSucculent / cactus
Mature Size4-6 cm in size
Sun ExposureFull sunlight to partial shade
Soil TypeWell-draining
Soil pH5.5 -6
Bloom Timespring and in Autumn.
Flower ColorPink
Hardiness ZonesUSDA Zone 10 (30F)
Native AreaKorea
Average price 15 USD

How do you take care of  Echeveria Trumpet Pinky?

Light Requirement 

Echeveria Trumpet Pinky prefers to have full sunlight for their optimal growth. I recommend growing them at windowsill if you wish to add them as houseplants. 

Further if you wish to bring them outdoors, ensure that you slowly acclimate them. Unless it could traumatize the plants and result in the sorchs in the plants. 

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Temperature and humidity

Warmer temperatures would be optimal for the healthy growth of the Echeveria Trumpet Pinky plants. Refrain from exposing them for colder temperatures as it would create harmful effects on the plants.

Is it cold hardy?

Echeveria Trumpet Pinky are cold hardy up to  up to 32 degrees Fahrenheit ( 0 degrees Celsius).

USDA Hardiness Zone

Echeveria Trumpet Pinky  are hardy in USDA Zone 10 (30F)

Watering Requirement

It is important that you water the Echeveria Trumpet Pinky plants well as it will have a greater impact in maintaining the healthy and vigorous growth of the plants

Make sure that you let the soil wither between two watering sessions.if you keep the soil damp and water them on top of that, it will  create diseases such as root rot. 

Further when watering , ensure that you do it thoroughly and let them wither after that.

Echeveria Trumpet Pinky do not depend on a lot of heavy watering. In fact, if you end up over watering them,chances are that you may even lose your precious plants.   

Further always keep in mind to check on the soil condition before you water them.  

Soil Requirement Type / pH

Echeveria Trumpet Pinky prefers to grow in soil mixes which have a ph. range of 5.5 – 6.0. This literally means they can thrive in acid – neutral soil mixes. 

A succulent soil mix or a cactus soil mix would work well with them.  Those soil mixes have a fast drainage and a good aeration as well.

The drainage factor and the aeration are two factors which you need to consider when selecting a right soil mix for them. You can consider adding grit and pumice to better the draining of the soil mix. 

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Pot size Potting and Repotting

These plants can perform well if you provide them with terracotta pots or with  clay pots. Moreover, it should have a draining hole as well. 

Then, it will not retain excess moisture in the pots.. On the other hand, when it comes to repotting, you can do it once every two to three years and it will help them to stay healthy and happy. 

When you repot, it will provide new growing requirements for them, and it will further provide fresh nutrients as well. 

Repotting is something which could be stressful for the plants. eHence,  Hence, do it carefully and not regularly too.

Where to Plant

When planting the Echeveria Trumpet Pinky , ensure that you are selecting a place where they can gain sufficient sunlight. 

Additionally, when you grow them as houseplants, always choose a substrate which is well draining. Further it has to have a good aeration as well. 

Fertilizer and time of year

Just like with watering, Echeveria Trumpet Pinky have minimal demand in fertilizers as well. 

Having said that, if you consider giving them that extra boost of nutrients, it will help them to keep the plants happy and healthy. 

That would be quite effective for them to produce new growth as well. You should feed them in their actively growing season.


Echeveria Trumpet Pinky produces flowers in spring and in Autumn

They will be bell shaped and pink in color. (Got this info from world of succulent site but it says just Echeveria pinky only. if it is irrelevant,  please take this out ).


Echeveria Trumpet Pinky are winter dormant plants,


Echeverias are not toxic for pets or for humans generally and Echeveria Trumpet Pinky are no different to them. There are no records to emphasize that they are toxic plants.

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Common bugs and illnesses

Echeveria Trumpet Pinky are usually resistant to regular pests’ attacks.

Having said that, if there are any lapses in the care treatments you provide for the plants, it will make the plants more vulnerable for the pests attacks.

Mealybugs, aphids and scales are some of the pests which would be troublesome for them.

Besides, they may also encounter diseases such as root rot. Root rot could take place mainly due to two reasons. They are by over watering the plants and by growing them in a poor draining soil mix.

Special Care tips

Echeveria Trumpet Pinky can thrive well on their own with minimum supervision from you and there is nothing special you need to do make them grow well


Echeveria Trumpet Pinky is an excellent outdoor and indoor plant.

How to propagate Echeveria Trumpet Pinky 

By seeds

You can propagate the Echeveria Trumpet Pinky by using the leaf cuttings and seeds mainly. 

Having said that, seed propagation is not highly recommended as these are slow growing plants and you cannot rely on the successful results of this propagation method.

By cuttings

If you wish to propagate them through the cuttings, First of all, you should remove a healthy looking leaf and allow them to develop callous. 

Next you can simply lay them in a soil mixture and expose them for sufficient sunlight. Do not leave them under direct sunlight as it would be harmful. They will start producing roots within two to three weeks’s time. 


Before winding this up, I hope I have covered all the important factors with regards to growing the Echeveria Trumpet Pinky plants. 

Hope you found this article useful and intersecting and hope you are excited to start growing them. Happy gardening with Echeveria Trumpet Pinky !

Credit to : Desert Succulent
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