Beautiful plant but no name

by Christine
(Edmonton, AB)

Hello again. Could you please provide me some information about this beauty. Thanks a bunch!

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Aug 21, 2017
What a beauty!
by: Jacki

This is some kind of Echeveria - there are many that look similar, but this one could be some variant of Echeveria agavoides. Usually they have red trim around the edges, but there are some plain green ones too.

Sorry I can't be more exact!

More on how to grow Echeveria here.

Aug 22, 2017
by: Christine

Thank you!!

Jan 31, 2018
I agree...
by: Jean

I agree, Echeveria Agavoides... only some Agavoides have red (like Romeo or Lipstick or Champagne). I think this is just a green coloured Agavoide.

Aug 06, 2018
by: Sabryna

maybe a martins hybrid!

Aug 05, 2020
Echeveria agavoides aquamarine
by: Janet Acosta

That is an echeveria agavoides aquamarine! It's a beautiful very easy to care for succulent. I have six of them and I think they were one of the first plants that I ever bought

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