Ten inches tall, broad leaf, looks like growths on the ends of the leafs.





Ten inches tall, broad leaf, looks like growths on the ends of the leafs.


Please see photos and help me save this beautiful plant.
Thanks in advance to all for your help.

Mike

Hi Mike, I'm not sure what you're worried about - your plant looks perfectly healthy!

The 'growths' are a natural part of some of these Echeveria hybrids, called 'carunculations'.

Some, like Echeveria 'Paul Bunyan' has these covering almost the whole surface of the leaf, others are like yours with only small patches.

Some other varieties that have these are Echeveria 'Barbillion', Echeveria 'Baron Bold' and Echeveria 'Culibra' among others.

See the pages on how to grow Echeveria and succulent care, and for more pictures of these fascinating plants, see this site Echeverias in Oz which will open in a new window.

Happy Echeveria Growing!
Jacki

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