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Echeveria “Afterglow” is a very attractive vigorous succulent with wide powdery pink-lavender leaves with bright pink edging forming a remarkable color mix. It has a short stem and a 12-16 inch wide rosette. Echeveria “Afterglow” should be planted in full sun or only part day shade for its best display of color. It does well in well drained soil. It is hardy to at least mid 20’s.
This species originates from a cross between Echeveria cante (seed) and Echeveria shaviana (pollen).
The genus Echeveria is named for Mexican botanical artist Atanasio Echeverría y Godoy. It is a member of the large Crassula family (Crassulaceae). Echeveria, with approximately 180 species, is native to mid to higher elevations in the Americas with the main distribution in Mexico and central America but with one species found from as far north as southern Texas and several species occurring as far south as Bolivia, Peru and possibly Argentina.
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Echeveria sp. "Afterglow"