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Echeveria imbricata

Echeveria imbricataEcheveria imbricata is an attractive and vigorous succulent that grows tight rosettes 4 to 8 inches wide. It has slightly cupped pale blue-grey-green leaves which sometimes have pink margins in cooler months, or when dehydrated. When a rosette of Echeveria imbricata matures, after several years’ growth to its full size, it can form offsets which can cluster up to 6 inches wide and tall.

Echeveria imbricata is one of the hardiest Echeverias. It can handle down to 20 degrees Fahrenheit of cold, and also full blazing hot sun well into the 100s.

Echeveria imbricata flowers form a branched arching inflorescence with clusters of pinkish-red and yellow flowers in spring and early summer. This plant enjoys full sun, in a well-drained soil watered occasionally. Echeveria imbricata is a drought resistant plant.

Echeveria are native to mid-to-higher altitudes in North and South America, with most native to Mexico and central America. The northernmost species grows as far north as southern Texas and some species occur as far south as Peru and perhaps Argentina.

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