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Echeveria peacockii

Echeveria peacockiiEcheveria peacockii forms a 6 rosette of attractive silver-blue leaves with a slightly purple cast and purple-pink trim. As it matures, Echeveria peacockii forms new offset rosettes to become a spreading plant grouping, and if allowed to continue growing horizontally, in can be used as a groundcover or "carpet plant". Its pink-orange flowers bloom in summer on 5-10" elongating stems.

Echeveria peacockii is drought-resistant, and can handle water in spring and summer, preferring less water in winter, and it needs good drainage. Native to the mountains of Puebla, Mexico, it can withstand full sun into the 100s, and cold down to 25 Fahrenheit.




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Echeveria peacockii