Crassulaceae, Combretaceae and Myrtaceae Fortnight: Succulent for identification : 3 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (1).
Kindly help with identification of this Echeveris sp. (Cultivated).
Echeveria imbricata or a closely related hybrid…
the flowering stalk does not seem to have changed much..
some think e imbricata itself is a hybrid…
Appears to be Echeveria imbricata as per comparative images available at debraleebaldwin
I think more likely to be Echeveria elegans Rose as per
…, Echeveria imbricata is more convincing. Leaves are more fleshy in E. elegans.
Thanks, …, I think E. Elegans is much smaller in size and can be used in hanging baskets like seen in your posted image.
Sir, leaves are not much fleshy in my plant. Leaf spread is 5-10cm.