Echeveria cv. Afterglow Crassulaceae is a perennial succulent plant that is a cross between Don Worth and E. cante and E. shaviana. The leaves of the sunset are arranged closely in a ring shape, with sharp edges and corners. The leaf surface is smooth and white powder, and a slight crease can be seen from the tip of the leaf to the center of the leaf. The leaf is divided into two. Blue pink or light purple pink, the new leaves are a bit bluish, the old leaves are as beautiful as the sunset, and the leaves are slightly white powder.
|Sunlight Demand:||Full Sun Expect Summer|
|Foliage:||Blue and Pink|
|Soil Condition:||Peat Moss|
|Purchase Size:||Diameter 3 - 4'' (8 - 10 cm)|