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Where it grows
Echeveria lutea is native to Mexico.
This Echeveria has intriguing recurved leaves bordered with white edges. It can range from light green to bronze in colour.
Unlike most Echeveria, this plant prefers a bit less sun. Make sure to keep it under at least 60% shade net. Grow it in an airy, well-drained soil mix to prevent root and stem rot. These plants can be watered regularly in spring and summer, but the amount of water they receive should be greatly reduced in winter.
Spring and summer.
Cuttings and leaves.
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Crassula ovata mutation with curved leaves resembling tubes or trumpets. This specific plant is covered in white and silver variegation.
Haworthia splendens GM452 (Gerhard Marx - 452) has attractive white or pink colouration on the leaf windows. This particular plant has a white colouration.
It is a caudex succulent plant that can grow up to 40cm tall with many branches. The stems are covered in round scars called petioles.
This plant is the most iconic and recognizable caudiciform succulent, with an attractive aboveground caudex resembling an elephant's foot.
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