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Where it grows
The natural form of this species is native to Mexico, but the variegated form is incredibly rare and generally only occurs in cultivation.
These petite Echeveria sport blue-green leaves interspersed with cream coloured variegation. As can be implied from their name, they are prolific producers of pups, and will form large clusters in time.
Provide these plants with plentiful light. They prefer partial shade or full morning sun, but are somewhat sensitive to high heat. Make sure to provide these plants with at least 40% shade cloth if you keep them in a greenhouse. They should be planted in an organic soil mix that drains readily, as they are sensitive to too much water, especially when they are dormant in winter. They should be watered often during the warmer months.
Spring and summer.
Leaves and offsets.
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Crassula ovata mutation with curved leaves resembling tubes or trumpets. This specific plant is covered in white and silver variegation.
This plant is the most iconic and recognizable caudiciform succulent, with an attractive aboveground caudex resembling an elephant's foot.
This Haworthia hybrid has attractive maroon colouration, which is quite difficult to find for this genus. It has minimalistic, ‘less-is-more’ leaf windows.
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