This succulent has blue-green leaves that form rosettes. The leaves of this succulent can develop a pinkish hue on the edges when under intense sunlight. It is a native of Northern Mexico. Its clustering and rosettes are almost perfect.
|Spring and summer
|It grows best in the range of 18-21oC (65-70oF)
|USDA Zone 9-11
|Average Mature Height & Width:
|It is only 3-5 inches tall
|It is not toxic to humans or pets, but ingesting it is not recommended.
Echeveria Minima Physical Characteristics
This plant’s leaves are blue-green with a greyish hue from the farina that covers them to protect them from UV rays from intense sunlight. The fleshy, thick leaves that form these rosettes are densely packed in rosettes leaving scarcely any space between the leaves.
Reddish tips on the leaf’s edges become more colorful with exposure to more light. It blooms in spring by producing long racemes from which bell-shaped pink flowers grow. The raceme grows from the center of the rosette. This makes the small plant appear bigger when flowering.
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