Echeveria/Echeveria agavoides

A large group of rosette-like plants, many almost stemless and others bushy, or on tall stems. The rosettes are mostly of broad and quite fleshy leaves, in a gorgeous range of colours, from different shades of green, blue, grey, red, orange, purple, to almost black. The flowers appear on tall stems and are bell-shaped, often orange-red, sometimes yellow. Some species are Summer flowering, whilst others flower from Autumn to Winter. They hybridize quite easily, making identification extremely difficult. Some can grow up to 25cm high and 25cm wide. Echeveria Agavoides is a stemless succulent with dense, usually solitary rosettes of thick, triangular leaves, with a terminal spine. They are large growing. They get their name ‘agavoides’ as they resemble the shape of an Agaves. Like most succulents from any genus, they change colours, sometimes quite significantly in different seasons, or in different growing conditions.

Echeveria/Echeveria agavoides

A large group of rosette-like plants, many almost stemless and others bushy, or on tall stems. The rosettes are mostly of broad and quite fleshy leaves, in a gorgeous range of colours, from different shades of green, blue, grey, red, orange, purple, to almost black. The flowers appear on tall stems and are bell-shaped, often orange-red, sometimes yellow. Some species are Summer flowering, whilst others flower from Autumn to Winter. They hybridize quite easily, making identification extremely difficult. Some can grow up to 25cm high and 25cm wide. Echeveria Agavoides is a stemless succulent with dense, usually solitary rosettes of thick, triangular leaves, with a terminal spine. They are large growing. They get their name ‘agavoides’ as they resemble the shape of an Agaves. Like most succulents from any genus, they change colours, sometimes quite significantly in different seasons, or in different growing conditions.

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