Echeveria peacockii Croucher

A small, extremely attractive Echeveria that attracts the eye because of its bluish-white and red-margined leaves

© Julia Etter & Martin Kristen

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Basic Data

Section

Pruinosae

Diameter

up to 10cm

Inflorescence

up to 20cm

Flower Color

pink

Flowering Time

Reproduction

seed, vegetative

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Natural Location

Occurrence

Puebla


Remarks

This species is closely related to Echeveria subsessilis where some botanists place it as a synonym





 

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