Echeveria chihuahuensis – This is another beautiful glaucous Echeveria that is like a smaller version of the related Echeveria colorata. It forms a tighter and shorter rosette to about 4 inches wide with its smaller more scalloped leaves that come to a more pronounced tip. There are a few forms with varying degrees of pinkish edging to the bluish-gray leaves. The pinkish, lightly-branching flower stalks may reach up to 10 inches above the rosette to display the unfurling coral-pink flowers with a yellow interior. It is generally solitary and must usually reach full size before it begins to offset. In some environs it may be susceptible to rot if water is allowed to collect among its leaves. Plant in full sun to bright light in a well-drained soil. Probably hardy to at least 25 F. This beauty is from the state of Chihuahua, Mexico
One rooted plant, shipped bareroot, no soil, measuring at least 1.5" across. One unrooted pup measuring approx. 1" across
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