Echeveria is a large genus of about 100 species of succulents, in the Crassulaceae family. They are native from Mexico to northwestern South America.
The genus Echeveria is named after the 18th-century Spanish botanist Atanasio Echeverria Cody. Several of these species are outstanding garden plants.
It's a genus of justly popular, beautiful, and easily grown succulents, particularly suitable as house plants. Grouping a variety of Echeveria cultivars together is an ideal way to display diverse leaf shapes and forms. The mature rosettes grow up to 20 cm in diameter and eventually form many offsets.
They mostly have fleshy leaves forming rosettes of a wide assortment of attractive, geometric designs in a range of colors from green through grey, blue, purple, and pink to almost white, often with markings in contrasting shades.
Full-bloom Period: Summer Flowerpot: Excluded Number of seeds: 50 Location: Courtyard Cultivating Difficulty Degree: Very Easy Variety: mix