Echeveria Subsessilis variegated is a small-to-medium sized variety. The plant does not have short stalks, and gradually grows to form old piles with time. The rosettes are densely arranged, the plant diameter is not large, and the leaves are relatively thin. Peel's Lily flower spoon-shaped leaves, the leaf edge is smooth without folds, has a leaf tip, the leaf heart is green, on both sides are light yellow or light white brocade. The leaves have pale white powder, the new leaves are light in color, and the old leaves are dark in color. The leaves are slightly pink when there is a large temperature difference between daylight and night temperature, or the low temperature in winter, and the leaves are pale pink and blue when the light is weak. The leaf surface is covered with white powder, and the old leaves are smooth after falling. Picea caryophyllus spike-shaped inflorescence, bell-shaped flowers, yellow-red.
|Sunlight Demand:||Full Sun Expect Summer|
|Soil Condition:||Peat Moss|
|Purchase Size:||Diameter 2 - 3'' (6 - 8 cm)|