Also known as: Echeveria Pollux
This massive rosette Echeveria is named after the Pollux star in the Gemini constellation. Its silvery leaves are thick as is typical of succulents. They can be a bit delicate so take care when unpacking as the leaves can easily come off. The good thing is that any leaf loss will be replaced by a pup if you propagate it and the plant will quickly regenerate any lost leaves.
Care: Bright indirect light (or direct when hardened). Can tolerate lower temperatures though 19c+ are preferred. Water when dry and feed monthly in the growing season. Repot in gritty cacti/succulent mix.
Note: Plants are living things and variation is to be expected (celebrated even). The plant you receive won't be exactly the same one as pictured, but we do everything possible to make sure it is representative and that you won't be disapointed. Heights are approximate and include the pot. Any pots or hands featured in the pictures aren't included.