Caring For Echeveria ‘Black Prince’
1) Light: When grown outdoors, place the ‘Black Prince’ in full sun exposure or partial shade. It grows well in warm, dry regions, as it’s native to the deserts of Mexico. When growing indoors, place your echeveria near a window that is free of drafts and gets plenty of sunlight.
2) Water: As you may expect, the black prince succulent is drought tolerant. You shouldn’t need to water frequently. In fact, overwatering will likely kill the plant. In general, wait until the soil is dry before watering your Black Prince Echeveria. The only time a plant may need more frequent watering is during its first year. Regular watering is needed for the plant to establish its root system
3) Soil: Echeveria Black Prince grows best in well-drained soil with some extra sand. Use a soil mix designed for succulent plants or make your own. Add sand to a regular potting soil to create the right environment