Light green leaves with pink-tinted edges

by Jillie
(Bellingham, WA)

This plant has a four inch tall stalk that is about half an inch wide. The leaves fan out from the stalk radially, and stretch up toward the sun. The leaves are a light jade green with pink-tinted edges, and they have a soft texture that flattens out when they are touched.

Drought Smart Plants reply:

Hi Jillie, what you've got is a lovely specimen of either an Echeveria, or a x Graptoveria. There are many that appear similar, as of course, they're all related. x Graptoveria 'Debbie' is very similar to what you have; scroll down on the page about Succulent Plants Miscellaneous to see a picture.

All require the same care: bright light, thorough but infrequent watering, and the occasional beheading to keep them small and compact.

See more about succulent care and how to grow Echeveria for more.

Happy Succulent Gardening!


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