Echeveria's are succulents that form attractive clumps, of short-stemmed, tight rosettes. The leaves are fleshy, pale blue. The flowers are fairly large compared to the plant and have red calyces and yellow petals, giving them a two tone appearance. They appear in late spring on tall arching stems.
This are easy low maintenance plants. Water only sparingly and never allow the plant to sit in water. Remove any dead leaves as the plant grows. And keep in warm conditions in a strong sunny position. These are half hardy they can withstand light frosts if dry often found in mild coastal areas. However they do better as house of glasshouse plants.
Echeveria as with most plants do form different shapes, mounds and rosettes as they grow, therefore it is normal for a variation of appearance between plants. The image shows an example for reference of size and colour.
Comes in a 7-9cm pot.