Mediterranean Succulents - Small Echeveria  (Page 2/1)

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The Genus Echeveria is a member of the Crassulacae family. They are succulents easy to grow, indoor and outdoor. These ornementals plants don't need a lot of care. The Echeveria supports drought and frost a sunny or part sun place. There will always be a place in your garden where an Echeveria can grow! You can propagate easily the Echeveria by cutting (or by a leaf for the most of them). This plants can flower several times by year (April to December). On this page, you will see small Echeveria (less than 20 centimeters in diameter). They are perfect for small jardinieres or a small mexican landscaping. Give them water once a week and very few in winter.


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Echeveria 448:

The Echeveria 448 is a small succulent. It is 15 cm x 10 cm. The leaves are green and rigid. There is a rigid sting at the end of the leaf. This Echeveria isn't distributed and has no name.

Echeveria 448 care:

Full sun exposure, Echeveria hardiness: -4C (25F); propagation by leaf cuttings.

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Echeveria 448
Echeveria 448 red flower
Echeveria 448 red flower
Echeveria affinis:

The Echeveria affinis is dark purple and green if it lives in semi shade. It turns black in the sun. It measures 15 cm high. Its flowers are red.

Echeveria affinis care

Echeveria affinis exposure: part sun. Echeveria affinis cold hardiness: -4 C ( 25 F ). Moderate watering in autumn, spring and summer. Pests: mealybugs and aphids at flowering. Echeveria affinis propagation: leaf cuttings and offsets.

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echeveria affinis

Red flowers of Echeveria affinis:

 

Echeveria affinis flower

Echeveria agavoides 'Red Edge':

The Echeveria agavoides 'Red Edge' have green leaves with a red edge! Easy for me! Be careful with full sun location when the succulent is young.

Echeveria agavoides 'Red Edge' cares

Echeveria agavoides 'Red Edge' exposure: part sun. Echeveria agavoides 'Red Edge' cold hardiness: -4 C ( 25 F ). Moderate watering in autumn, spring and summer. Pests: mealybugs and aphids at flowering. Echeveria agavoides 'Red Edge' propagation: offsets.

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Echeveria agavoides 'Red Hedge'

Echeveria agavoides 'Sanguina':

Echeveria agavoides 'Sanguina' is a more or less red and green succulent, in summer when it is full sun. It becomes red in winter when it is part shade (lack of light). This is the feature of this plant.

Echeveria agavoides 'Sanguina' care:

Full sun, part sun exposure, frost hardiness: -4C (25F); moderate watering; propagation by offsets cuttings

Echeveria agavoides Sanguina
Echeveria 'Alfred':

The Echeveria 'Alfred' is a small succulent with grey leaves. It is 8 cm in diameter.

Echeveria 'Alfred' care:

Echeveria 'Alfred' exposure: part sun; Echeveria 'Alfred' hardiness: -4C (25F), Echeveria 'Alfred' propagation: by offsets. Watering during summer.

Echeveria Alfred

Echeveria 'Alfred' yellow flower
Echeveria  yellow flower
Echeveria 'Avalon':

The Echeveria 'Avalon' is a small succulent with thin green leaves. The leaves are hairy and are terminated by a red sting.

Echeveria 'Avalon' care:

Part shade or part sun exposure, Echeveria 'Avalon' hardiness: -2C (28F); moderate watering. This plant is unable to support full sun in hot countries. Think to remove some offsets.

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juvenile Echeveria 'Avalon'
Red and orange flowers of Echeveria 'Avalon'
Flowers of mature Echeveria 'Avalon'
Echeveria 'Beatrice':

The Echeveria 'Beatrice' is a succulent of 15 cm in diameter. The leaves are green, well scratched at the stem (1 cm in diameter). There are a red sting at the end of the leaf. This plant is low growing, so Echeveria 'Beatrice' can live in a container. The offsets (they are not many) are present after several years. They are well fastened at the trunk (like the leaves).

Echeveria 'Beatrice' care:

Full or part sun exposure; Echeveria 'Beatrice' hardiness: -4C (25F); moderate watering; Echeveria 'Beatrice' propagation: by offsets.

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Echeveria Beatrice'
Pink and orange flower of Echeveria 'Beatrice':
Echeveria Beatrice
Echeveria bifida:

Echeveria bifida exists with sevaral forms This one gets long and grey leaves. The plant is 15 cm in diameter.

Echeveria bifida care:

Part sun exposure (better); moderate watering; frost hardiness: -2C (28F)

Echeveria bifida
Echeveria 'Catorce'

The Echeveria 'Catorce' is a small succulent with blue grey leaves. It is 10 cm in diameter. The flowers are orange.

Echeveria 'Catorce' care:

Echeveria 'Catorce' exposure: part sun; Echeveria 'Catorce' hardiness: -4C (25F), moderate watering.


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Echeveria Catorce
Echeveria 'Cimette':

The Echeveria 'Cimette' looks like an Echeveria agavoides. The leaves are short and fat. There is a sting at the end of the leaf. The colour of the leave is light green. This is a 10 cm in diameter Echeveria (maxi).

Echeveria 'Cimette' care:

Echeveria 'Cimette' exposure: part sun; Echeveria 'Cimette' hardiness: -4C (25F), watering during summer

Echeveria Cimette

Yellow flower of Echeveria 'Cimette'
Yellow flower of Echeveria
Echeveria 'Clair de Lune':

The Echeveria 'Clair de Lune' ("moonlight") is a small succulent with short and grey leaves. The sting of the leaf is purple.

Echeveria 'Clair de Lune' care:

Echeveria 'Clair de Lune' exposure: part sun; Echeveria 'Clair de Lune' hardiness: -4C (25F), Echeveria 'Clair de Lune' propagation: offsets.
Moderate watering in autumn, spring and summer

Echeveria 'Clair de Lune'

Echeveria cuspidata var. gemmula:

The Echeveria cuspidata var. gemmula is a small succulent with long and grey leaves. There is a red sting at the end of the leaf. The mature Echeveria cuspidata var.gemmula is 10 cm in diameter.

Echeveria cuspidata var. gemmula care:

Echeveria cuspidata var. gemmula exposure: part sun; Echeveria cuspidata var. gemmula hardiness: -4C (25F); Echeveria cuspidata var. gemmula propagation: by offsets; Moderate watering in autumn, spring and summer.

Echeveria cuspidata var.gemmula

Echeveria cuspidata var. gemmula pink and yellow flowers:

Echeveria cuspidata flowers

Echeveria 'Derosa':

Small plant of about twenty inches high, the Echeveria 'Derosa' (setosa x derenbergii) is interesting  by its original form and especially its rich orange flowers in spring. The leaves of this Echeveria are green and hirsute.

Echeveria 'Derosa' care:

Echeveria 'Derosa' exposure: full sun. Echeveria 'Derosa' cold hardiness: -6 C (21 F) . Moderate watering in autumn, spring and summer. Pest: aphids during flowering and mealybugs. Echeveria 'Derosa' propagation: offsets and leaf cuttings

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Echeveria 'Derosa'
Orange flowers of  Echeveria 'Derosa'
Flowers of Echeveria Derosa
Echeveria aff. 'Dondo':

The Echeveria aff. 'Dondo' requires little watering and is very hardy. 10 cm in diameter. This succulent requires little care and creates a lot of offsets. Beautiful orange flowers in early spring. Grey colour leaf.

Echeveria aff. 'Dondo' cares:

Echeveria aff. 'Dondo' exposure: full sun or part sun. Echeveria aff. 'Dondo' Cold hardiness: -4C without protection or -8C (21 F) trusted. Moderate watering in autumn, spring and summer. Echeveria aff. 'Dondo' propagation: leaf cuttings and offsets.

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Echeveria Dondo

Echeveria aff 'Dondo' orange flower
Echeveria Dondo
Echeveria elegans:

The colour of the Echeveria elegans is a beautiful light grey when the succulent is  in the nursery. In the wild, the sun tends to make blush slightly. Grey green leaves tending the very light blue.

Echeveria elegans care:

Echeveria elegans exposure: part sun. Echeveria elegans cold hardiness: -4 C (25 F). Moderate watering in autumn, spring and summer. Pest: mealybugs. Echeveria elegans propagation: leaf cuttings and offsets.

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Echeveria elegans

yellow and pink flowers of the Echeveria elegans:

Echeveria elegans flowers

Echeveria elegans x Echeveria laui (PGF9):

The Echeveria elegans x Echeveria laui (right) and the Echeveria elegans (left). The colour of the leaves and the bracts are differents (this is only the blue bloom, if you touch a leaf, the coulour will be the same than Echeveria elegans) The size is 15 cm in diameter for the two succulents.

Echeveria elegans x Echeveria laui care:


Echeveria elegans x Echeveria laui exposure: part sun. Echeveria elegans x Echeveria laui cold hardiness: -4 C (25 F). Moderate watering in autumn, spring and summer. Possible pest: mealybugs. Echeveria propagation: offsets cuttings.

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Echeveria elegans x Echeveria laui
Pink and yellow flower of Echeveria elegans x Echeveria laui :

There are two main differences: the flower of the Echeveria elegans x Echeveria laui (at right) is more open than the flower of Echeveria elegans (at left); the sepals of the Echeveria elegans are more open.

yellow and pink flower of Echeveria elegans x Echeveria laui
Echeveria elegans 'Albicans':

The Echeveria elegans 'Albicans' is a succulent with short and fat leaves.The colour of the Echeveria 'Albicans' is a beautiful light green when the succulent is  in the nursery. In the wild, the sun tends to make it grey. The succulent is 8 cm in diameter.

Echeveria elegans 'Albicans' care:

Echeveria 'Albicans4 exposure: part sun. Echeveria 'Albicans' cold hardiness: -4 C (25 F). Moderate watering in autumn, spring and summer. Possible pest: mealybugs. Echeveria 'Albicans' propagation: leaf cuttings and the many offsets

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Echeveria elegans Albicans
Echeveria elegans 'Albicans' yellow and pink flower
Echeveria elegans 'Albicans' flower
Echeveria albicans x lindsayana

Echeveria albicans x lindsayana is the real name of this plant. Its parentage is Echeveria elegans albicans x Echeveria colorata 'Lindsayana'. This succulent is able to grow in outdoors containers.

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Echeveria albicans x lindsayana
Echeveria 'Elise':

This succulent looks like the Echeveria peacocki but the flowering is very different (pink before yellow before orange). The leaves are smaller and sharper.

Echeveria 'Elise' care:

Echeveria 'Elise' exposure: part sun or full sun; Echeveria 'Elise' hardiness: -4C (25F), moderate watering; Echeveria 'Elise' propagation: rosette cuttings.

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Echeveria 'Elise'
Orange flowers of the Echeveria 'Elise':
flowers of the Echeveria 'Elise'
Echeveria 'Fabiola':

The Echeveria 'Fabiola' is a small but massive Echeveria. The leaves are fat, there is a red sting at the end. The rosette is perfect.

Echeveria 'Fabiola' care:

Echeveria 'Fabiola' exposure: full sun or part sun, Echeveria 'Fabiola hardiness: -4C (25F); Echeveria 'Fabiola' propagation: by offsets.
Moderate watering.

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Echeveria Fabiola

Flowers of Echeveria 'Fabiola'
Flowers of Echeveria
Echeveria 'Fire Lips':

Echeveria 'Fire Lips' is a small succulent (10 cm in diameter) with red, short and rigid leaves. They are not fleshy. The stem is short and thick. This plant is native from Korea.

Echeveria 'Fire Lips' care:

Part sun exposure; hardiness: -2C (28F) estimated; moderate watering.

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The Echeveria 'Fire Lips' is experimented actually.

Echeveria Fire Lips
Echeveria 'Frida Kahlo':

The Echeveria 'Frida Kahlo' is a small succulent. The green leaves are 5 cm long. They are green (summer) and hairy. The Echeveria 'Frida Kahlo' can be confused with Echeveria 'Ron Evans' or Echeveria 'Derosa'.

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Echeveria 'Frida Kahlo'
Echeveria 'Ginmei-Tennyo':

The Echeveria 'Ginmei Tennyo is native from Japan. This is a small treelike succulent. The leaves are green and become red edged in winter.

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Echeveria Ginmei Tennyo
Echeveria 'Galaxy':

Echeveria 'Galaxy' is a 13 cm in diameter cylindrical succulent with a very dense rosette.

Echeveria 'Galaxy' care:

Full sun or part sun exposure, moderate watering, Echeveria 'Galaxy' hardiness:-2C (28F), propagation by offsets cuttings.

N.B: there are several forms of Echeveria 'Galaxy' with an approximative parentage. So there is several name of Echeveria 'Galaxy', but they are very similar.

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Echeveria Galaxy
Echeveria 'Golden Towers':

The Echeveria 'Golden Towers' is a 15 cm succulent which turns red into the sun. This Echeveria produce many offsets, which are hidden under its long leaves.

Echeveria 'Golden Towers' care:

Echeveria 'Golden Towers' exposure: full sun or part sun; Echeveria 'Golden Towers' hardiness: -4C (25F); moderate watering; Echeveria 'Golden Towers' propagation: offsets.

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Echeveria Golden Towers

Orange and yellow flower of the Echeveria 'Golden Towers':

The flowers is yellow inside, but note the orange colour of the sting.

Yellow and orange flower of a succulent
Echeveria gracilis x Echeveria setosa (Sp8)

Echeveria gracilis x Echeveria setosa is a small but hardy succulent (parentage of Echeveria setosa). This plant is only 10 cm tall and 6 cm in diameter. It create a lot of offsets and forms a small green bush.

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Echeveria gracilis x Echeveria setosa
Echeveria 'Gran Daniel':

The Echeveria 'Gran Daniel' is a hardy succulent. The diameter of the rosette is 15 cm (maxi). The leaves are not really fat. They are blue grey to green. The Echeveria 'Gran Daniel' forms a lot of offsets on its solid stem. This succulent looks like Echeveria 'Blue Prince', but it creates no flowers.

Echeveria 'Gran Daniel' care:

Full sun or part sun exposure, Echeveria 'Gran Daniel' hardiness: -4C (25F); moderate watering. Propagation by cuttings (there are a lot of offsets!).

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Echeveria 'Gran Daniel'
Echeveria 'Gran Daniel': The same plant 2 months later, in summer. The leaves are blue.
Echeveria Gran Daniel
Echeveria halbingeri var. halbingeri:

The Echeveria halbingeri var. halbingeri is a very small succulent (4 cm in diameter). The leaves are short and grey.

Echeveria halbingeri var. halbingeri care:

Echeveria halbingeri var. halbingeri exposure: part sun; Echeveria halbingeri var. halbingeri hardiness: -4C (25F); Echeveria halbingeri var. halbingeri propagation: by offsets. Moderate watering.

Echeveria halbingeri

Echeveria 'Kakurei':

The Echeveria 'Kakurei' is native from South Korea. It is a growing up succulent. The stem is fine but rigid. The green leaves are 7 cm long. They are bordered with red. The leaves become orange at sun.

Echeveria 'Kakurei' care:

Full sun or paet sun (better) exposure; Echeveria 'Kakurei' hardiness: -4C (25F); moderate watering.

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Echeveria 'Kakurei'
Echeveria 'Lola':

The Echeveria 'Lola' is a succulent with grey leaves. It looks like many other Echeveria. It reachs 18 cm in diameter.

Echeveria 'Lola' care:

Echeveria 'Lola' exposure: full sun or part sun; Echeveria 'Lola' hardiness: -2C (28F); Moderate watering.

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Echeveria Lola

Orange flower of Echeveria 'Lola'
Orange flower of Echeveria
Echeveria 'Marie Simon':

The Echeveria 'Marie Simon' is a succulent with brown leaves (for the old ones) and Blue-Grey leaves (for the young ones) in winter. In summer, all the leaves are dark green or orange when the succulent is in the sun. The colour of the foliage is unstable! This plant creates a lot of offsets. And it never creates a flower! The rosette reaches 15 cm in diameter. Be careful, beacause, it can looks like Echeveria 'Blue Prince' in winter.

Echeveria 'Marie Simon' care:

Full sun or part sun exposure, Echeveria 'Marie Simon' hardiness:-4C (25F), moderate watering; Echeveria 'Marie Simon' propagation: by offsets.

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Echeveria 'Marie Simon'
Echeveria nodulosa ('Painted' Echeveria):

The Echeveria nodulosa is formed like a small tree when the plant is mature. Slow growth. The colour of the leaf is green, veined with red. It is a beautiful succulent.

Echeveria nodulosa care:

Echeveria nodulosa ('Painted' Echeveria) exposure: part sun. Echeveria nodulosa ('Painted' Echeveria) cold hardiness: -4 C (25 F). Moderate watering in autumn, spring and summer. Echeveria nodulosa propagation: by stem cuttings, by leaf cuttings, by offsets.

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Echeveria nodulosa (painted Echeveria)

Echeveria nodulosa flowers:

These multicoloured flowers are beautiful. But the succulent is difficult to grow!

echeveria nodulosa flowers

Echeveria nodulosa 'Maruba Benitsukasa':

Native from Japan, the Echeveria nodulosa 'Maruba Benitsukasa' looks like the Echeveria nodulosa but the leaves are larger and fatter. The purple colour is predominant.The plant can have 3caranculata" on the leaves when it is old.

Echeveria nodulosa 'Maruba Benitsukasa' care:

Part shade location especially in summer, Cold hardiness: -2C (28F); regular watering (1/week)

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Echeveria nodulosa 'Maruba Benitsukasa'
Leaves of Echeveria nodulosa 'Maruba Benitsukasa' Echeveria nodulosa Maruba Benitsukasa
Echeveria 'Powder Blue':

The Echeveria 'Powder Blue' is a medium size succulent. The leaves (not very fleshy) are green to blue. They are dark pink bordered.

Echeveria 'Powder Blue' care:

Full sun or part sun exposure, Echeveria 'Powder blue' hardiness: -2C (28F); moderate watering.

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Echeveria Powder Blue
Echeveria 'Powder Blue' orange flower
Echeveria Powder Blue
Echeveria pulidonis:

The echeveria pulidonis reached eight inches and has a very geometric form before the creation of his many offsets. The leaves are green and red - purple margined. Yellow flowers in spring.

Echeveria pulidonis cares:

Echeveria pulidonis exposure: full sun. Cold hardiness: -8 C (18 F) trusted. Moderate watering in autumn, spring and summer. Pest: mealybugs. Echeveria pulidonis propagation: leaf cuttings and offsets.

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Echeveria pulidonis

Echeveria 'Ron Evans'

The leaves of Echeveria 'Ron Evans' are green and hirste on the upper face. the sshort sting is brown. This succulent produce many offsets. It is 12 cm in diameter.

Echeveria 'Ron Evans' care:

Echeveria 'Ron Evans' exposure: part sun;
Echeveria 'Ron Evans hardiness: -4C (25F); moderate watering; Echeveria 'Ron Evans propagation: by leaf cuttings or by offsets.

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Echeveria Ron Evans
Yellow and orange flowers of Echeveria 'Ron Evans'
Flower of Echeveria Ron Evans
Echeveria rubromarginata:

The Echeveria rubromarginata is a medium succulent. It is less than 20 cm in diameter. The leaves are slim, and long. They are green - blue. They are bordered with red. The stem is 3 cm in diameter.

Echeveria rubromarginata care:

Full sun or part sun exposure; Echeveria rubromarginata hardiness: -2C (28F), moderate watering.

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Echeveria rubromarginata
Echeveria rubromarginata red flower
Echeveria rubromarginata
Echeveria setosa:

The Echeveria setosa form a flat rosette. Its leaves are gray-green hairy not prickly. This succulent plant reaches 15 cm in diameter (without the too many offsets) and is perfect for rock gardens.

Echeveria setosa care:

Echeveria setosa exposure: full sun for mature plant or part sun. Echeveria setosa cold hardiness: -5C (23F). Moderate watering in autumn, spring and summer. Echeveria setosa propagation: offsets and leaf cuttings.

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echeveria setosa

Echeveria setosa var. oteroi:

Echeveria setosa var. oteroi is not a hairy succulent like Echeveria setosa. The leaves are entirely glabrous. It reachs 15 cm in diameter and some parts of the leaves turn red in winter, at sun.

Echeveria setosa var. oteroi care:

Full sun, part sun exposure, hardiness:-4C (25F), moderate watering, propagation by leaf cuttings.

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Echeveria setosa var oteroi
Echeveria shaviana 'Pink Frill's'

The Echeveria shaviana 'Pink Frill''s is an original succulent with notched forms leaves. 15 cm in diameter. Leaf colour pink with a purple bloom.

Echeveria shaviana 'Pink Frill's' cares:

Echeveria shaviana 'Pink Frills' exposure: full sun or part sun. Echeveria shaviana 'Pink Frills' cold hardiness: -4 C. Moderate watering in autumn, spring and summer. Pest: mealybugs and Aphids (during flowering). Echeveria shaviana 'Pink Frills' propagation: offsets and leaf cuttings.

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Echeveria shaviana 'Pink Frills'

Echeveria shaviana 'Pink Frill's' orange flowers:

Orange flowers of succulent

Echeveria Sp7:

Echeveria Sp7 is a small succulent: it is 17 cm in diameter. The leaves are slim and long. They are lanceolate. The stem is short and thin (1 cm in diameter): it creates a lot of offsets. The bracts are 30 cm hight.

Echeveria care:

Part sun exposure, hardiness: -2C; moderate watering, propagation by stem cuttings.

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Echeveria
Echeveria Sp7 flower
Echeveria
Echeveria strictiflora:

This Echeveria strictiflora is a small succulent native from the Sierra Delicias, Coahuila, Mexico(there are several forms of this succulent). The plant is 8 cm in diameter. The leaves are pale blue and red marginated, there is a small red sting at the end of the leaves. The stem is quite short

Echeveria strictiflora care:

On study actually. Location part sun; frost hardiness (probably): -2C (28F) Moderate watering
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Echeveria strictiflora
Echeveria strictiflora orange flower:
Echeveria strictiflora flower
Echeveria strictiflora: (form of Bustamante, Mexico)
Echeveria strictiflora
Echeveria 'Vanbreen':

The Echeveria 'Vanbreen' is a small succulent. It reachs 15 cm in diameter (maxi) and produces many offsets. The leaves are grey, but the border of the young ones turn red in winter.

Echeveria 'Vanbreen' care:

Echeveria 'Vanbreen' exposure: part sun;
Echeveria 'Vanbreen' hardiness: -4C (25F), moderate watering; Echeveria 'Vanbreen' propagation: by offsets.

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Echeveria Vanbreen

Echeveria xichuensis:

Echeveria xichuensisis a small Echeveria ( 10 cm) which looks like a star. Its brown grey leaves are stalked.

Echeveria xichuensis care:

Part sun; moderate watering; frost hardiness: -2C (28F)

Echeveria xichuensis
Echeveria 'Yamatoren':

The Echeveria 'Yamatoren' reached eight inches and has a very geometric form before the creation of his many offsets. The leaves are green and red - purple margined. Yellow flowers in spring. This is a summer dated picture.

Echeveria 'Yamatoren' care:

Echeveria exposure: full sun. Cold hardiness: -6 C (21 F) trusted. Moderate watering in autumn, spring and summer. Pest: mealybugs. Echeveria 'Yamatoren' propagation: leaf cuttings and offsets.

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Echeveria Yamatoren
Echeveria 'Yamatoren' yellow flowers
Echeveria Yamatoren

 

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