Scientific Name: Echeveria Subsessilis
The morning beauty echeveria succulent is a rosette, typically blue/grey or blue/green in color with pink edges. Mine, pictured above, looks a bit more green! i am hoping to update the picture soon with a more representative photo of this beauty! I believe it got this green color because of the lighting, read this post about how to improve succulent color and variety. It has a coating of farina on it causing it to look powdery that protect it from being burned from the sun. It is most commonly reproduced by cutting or leaf propagation. The morning beauty echeveria is a soft succulent that cannot tolerate cold weather or frost.
WATER: Little water, should be dry to touch completely before watering. READ MORE
LIGHT: Full sun, or bright indoor light.
TEMP: Minimum temp of 20 degrees F. (-7 C)
SIZE: Rosettes typically range from 2 to 6 inches in diameter.
PATENT: Common plant and free to propagate!
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