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Echeveria is a large genus of succulent plants in the Crassulaceae family, native to semi-desert areas of Central America. The genus is named after the Mexican botanical artist Atanasio Echeverría y Godoy.

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Echeveria 'Mont Blanc'

Echeveria 'Mont Blanc' is a charming hybrid with rosettes of rounded and slightly concave leaves with a beautiful mixture of colors and short red tips.

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Echeveria 'Gila'

Echeveria 'Gila' is a charming hybrid with large rosettes of broad, succulent leaves with pale red to pink margins. The leaf color varies through the…

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Echeveria 'Zorro'

Echeveria 'Zorro' is a beautiful succulent that forms rosettes, up to 16 inches (40 cm) in diameter, of leaves with frilly, pale red to pink margins…

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Echeveria minima

Echeveria minima is a cute succulent named for its miniature size. Each rosette is up to 1.6 inches (4 cm) in diameter, with leaves packed so densely…

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Echeveria 'Mensa'

Echeveria 'Mensa', also distributed as Echeveria 'Dark Desire' or Echeveria 'Neon Black Pride', is a succulent that forms rosettes, up to 8 inches…

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Echeveria 'Hanaikada'

Echeveria 'Hanaikada'is a charming hybrid with rosettes that grow up to 6 inches (15 cm) in diameter. Leaves are green with flushes of burgundy. They…

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Echeveria 'Derenceana'

Echeveria 'Derenceana' is a beautiful succulent that forms rosettes of pastel green leaves with a hint of pinkish-lavender. It looks almost…

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Echeveria 'Galaxy Blue'

Echeveria 'Galaxy Blue' is a succulent plant with a stunning, icy blue rosette of large, wavy leaves. It has a broad, open form, reaching up to 8 inches…

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