Unit Description: 104 Plants / Tray
A very attractive, slow growing Echeveria that forms very neat symmetrical rosettes of pale whitish-pink grey leaves up to 20cm across. Coral coloured flowers emerge on reddish stems in spring.
Height x Spread / Trail
15 x 10 cm
Perfectly suited for planting in gravel gardens, paved areas, rockeries and small containers. Try mixing with other succulents and alpines.
Prefers full sun, or partial shade with free-draining soil or compost.
To keep this plant over winter it must be kept in a frost free area.
Suggested pot sizes to transplant plugs : 9cm : 11cm : 1 Litre
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